Kingswood Station Death | Kingswood Station Obituary | Cause of Death

Kingswood Station Death / Obituary :Jessica Dover wrote on Facebook: -This morning at Kingswood station – A young man has died this morning. In his school uniform, he placed his bag on the ground and walked in front of a train at Kingswood Station, ending his life as onlookers watched.

A reminder to be as kind and empathetic and understanding as you can. The black dog is a silent killer. By doing something as small as smiling at a stranger, asking your friends how they’re really doing, contacting a parent or teacher if you have concerns for your friends mental health, can change lives and save lives.

If you or someone you know are struggling in any way, please contact Lifeline Australia on 13 11 14

If anyone is struggling mentally, or just needs someone to speak with openly and without any barriers or concern, please utilise the below. From personal experience mental health issues are just as important as physical health. Please reach out if you are struggling in any capacity.

Mental health line: 1800 011 511

Lifeline: 13 11 14

Beyond Blue: 1300 224 636

Suicide call back service: 1300 659 467

1800RESPECT: 1800 737 732

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Street Med Incorporated wrote on Facebook: A young man has died this morning. In his school uniform, he placed his bag on the platform and walked in front of a train at Kingswood Station, ending his life as others watched. A reminder to be as kind and empathetic and understanding as you can. The black dog is a silent killer.

TIPS for taking care of yourself:

Shower. Not a bath, a shower. Use water as hot or cold as you like. You don’t even need to wash. Just get in under the water and let it run over you for a while. Sit on the floor if you gotta.

Moisturise everything. Use whatever lotion you like. Unscented? Dollar store lotion? Fancy 48 hour lotion that makes you smell like a field of wildflowers? Use whatever you want, and use it all over your entire dermis.

Put on clean, comfortable clothes.

Drink cold water. Use ice. If you want, add some mint or lemon for an extra boost.

Clean something. Doesn’t have to be anything big. Organise one drawer of a desk. Wash five dirty dishes. Do a load of laundry. Scrub the bathroom sink.

Blast music. Listen to something upbeat and dancey and loud, something that’s got lots of energy. Sing to it, dance to it, even if you suck at both.

Make food. Don’t just grab a granola bar to munch. Take the time and make food. Even if it’s a plain stir fry. Add something special to it, like a soft boiled egg or some veggies. Prepare food, it tastes way better, and you’ll feel like you accomplished something.

Make something. Write a short story or a poem, draw a picture, color a picture, fold origami, crochet or knit, sculpt something out of clay, anything artistic. Even if you don’t think you’re good at it. Create.

Go outside. Take a walk. Sit in the grass. Look at the clouds. Smell flowers. Put your hands in the dirt and feel the soil against your skin.

Call someone. Call a loved one, a friend, a family member, call a chat service if you have no one else to call. Talk to a stranger on the street. Have a conversation and listen to someone’s voice. If you can’t bring yourself to call, text or email or whatever, just have some social interaction with another person. Even if you don’t say much, listen to them. It helps.

Cuddle your pets if you have them/can cuddle them. Take pictures of them. Talk to them. Tell them how you feel, about your favorite movie, a new game coming out, anything.

May seem small or silly to some, but this list keeps people alive.

*** At your absolute best you won’t be good enough for the wrong people. But at your worst, you’ll still be worth it to the right ones. Remember that. Keep holding on.

*** In case nobody has told you today there are people who love you and you are worth your weight and then some in gold, so be kind to yourself and most of all keep pushing on!!!!

***People don’t fake depression.. they fake being ok.

If you or someone you know are struggling in any way, please contact:

Lifeline Australia on 13 11 14

Mental health line: 1800 011 511

Lifeline: 13 11 14

Beyond Blue: 1300 224 636

Suicide call back service: 1300 659 467

1800RESPECT: 1800 737 732

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Remember IT’S OK NOT TO BE OK!

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Remember that it’s absolutely okay to say something short and simple, especially in your first condolence thought offered in person or on Facebook or wherever you first hear the news. (If you’re writing a formal sympathy card or note to go with flowers, then a more formal tone is fine, but you can also keep it simple and personal there, too.)

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