Miscellaneous Important advice
If the problems become too much and you’re no longer able to cope with everyday life, you need to see a doctor. Doctors have a duty of confidentiality towards patients. They’re not allowed to pass on information to the authorities or to other people and they will not do so.
If you feel that life is no longer worth living and you wish you were dead, call an ambulance or emergency doctor at once (emergency number: 112). If you feel you can’t do this, then phone someone that you can talk to. You can reach a crisis line at the following emergency number. It is free to call from a landline or mobile phone: 0800 – 111 0 111. This hotline is available 24 hours a day, it is anonymous, is free and also provides information about people you can contact locally.