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Looking at the current situation, where most of the people are dealing with the emotional trauma, they feel low, despondent and lack confidence. Some overcome it while others give up and quit their life.
The number of suicides taking place per year is skyrocketing and it is sad that it is mostly common among the young generation of the world.
Seeing all this, on this World Suicide Prevention Day, Facebook has joined hands with Samaritans.
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Samaritans is an organization that supports people who are dealing with emotional disorder and are experiencing the feeling of distress, despair and suicidal thoughts.
The tools will also give an option to users to reach Samaritans and contact them.
Julie de Bailliencourt, Facebook's European safety policy manager says, "People use Facebook to connect with friends and family, and that's why we're evolving the support, resources and advice available to people who are in distress and their concerned friends and family members."