Scarface – Suicide Note

Scarface – Suicide Note


Scareface BrotherMob

“Anotha soul no longer breathin.
Hate to say it but this one been heavy on my conscience.
My nonchalantness just took a life over some nonsense.
I ain’t whole in the inside I’m hurting I can’t explain whats going on in me
Stop it now with all the lies I’m knowing this ain’t how my life’s supposed to be”

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You Matter:
Fostering Hope and Openness Around Suicide Prevention in Black Communities
Suicide is a serious public health issue, and it disproportionately affects Black youth. But here’s the good news: we can work together to change that narrative. By fostering open conversations about mental health and building support systems, we can empower Black communities to heal and thrive.

Why Talk About It?

Silence and stigma surrounding mental health can make it harder for Black individuals to seek help. Studies show that Black youth are less likely to access mental health services due to factors like limited access to culturally competent care and a fear of judgment.

Here’s how we can break the cycle:

Open the Conversation: Start by simply talking about mental health. Let your friends, family, and loved ones know you care about their well-being.
Normalize Help-Seeking: Therapy is not a sign of weakness – it’s a sign of strength! Encourage seeking professional help just like you would for any physical health concern.
Challenge Stigma: Negative stereotypes surrounding mental health are harmful. Let’s work together to dismantle them and create a space for open communication.
Building a Support System

We all need a strong support system, and Black communities are rich with resilience. Here are some ways to build that support:

Be a Listening Ear: Sometimes, all someone needs is a non-judgmental ear to listen. Be present, offer support, and avoid giving unsolicited advice.
Promote Self-Care: Encourage healthy habits like exercise, healthy eating, and getting enough sleep. These practices can have a significant impact on mental well-being.
Connect with Resources: There are amazing organizations working tirelessly to support mental health in Black communities. Share resources like the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) or the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s L.E.T.S. Save Lives program.
Remember, You Are Not Alone!

If you are struggling with suicidal thoughts, please know that help is available. There are people who care about you and want to see you well. Here are some resources that can help:

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 988 (or 1-800-273-TALK)
The Crisis Text Line: Text HOME to 741741
By working together, fostering open conversations, and building strong support systems, we can create a future where Black communities thrive. Let’s break the stigma, promote hope, and remind each other: You Matter.

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