ASMR Supportive Friend for dealing with Suicidal Thoughts, Bullying, Depression, Anxiety





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Published on Oct 24, 2012

First off, if you are having suicidal thoughts right now, please call someone, whether it's family, friend, 9-1-1, your physician, check yourself into an emergency room or the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline / Hotline.

In this video I act or "role play" as a supportive friend for anyone dealing with suicidal thoughts, depression, bullying, anxiety or worry by sharing my own experiences in dealing with these issues myself as I battled and still battle with depression, anxiety and worry, was bullied and also attempted suicide (though my attempts were not as serious as some others out there, as I was never hospitalized or needed medical attention or intervention). This is more than just a "role play". This is me being genuine and the things I would try to say in real life if I was with someone going through these hard times. Unfortuantely since I can't be there in person, I hope this serves its purpose instead.

This video was off-the-cuff (it looks like I'm reading from a script but I'm not, just looking down as I gather my thoughts). I did my best in this genuine moment to say what I could on these very sensitive subjects.

For anyone wondering why I'm whispering or what ASMR or why I'm doing a "role play" is to provide a relaxed, calming and soothing experience for the viewer as if I was giving them one-on-one, personal attention and care. I primarily create ASMR videos for this reason so I decided to do something more serious, honest and genuine to help those in need. This may not be relaxing given the topics, but hopefully it will help in someway.

All the best,
Paul aka E.R.


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