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OFW Ended His Own Life Because of Depression

An unknown OFW decided to end his own life when he heard bad news from his family.

This man was said to be working in Kabbani Company in Saudi Arabia. On the video, he was called “Alfredo” and the man who was taking the video asked “Anong ginawa niya sa sarili niya” (What did he do to himself?); another man in the video replied “Masaya pa yan kaninang umaga, nagkape pa kami.” (He was happy this morning, we had coffee together)

As of the moment, there are no additional information of the identity of the man or the true reason why he took his own life.

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Homesickness, loneliness and depression are just among the many things OFWs are experiencing as they work hard to earn for a living. So for their families, whom they left here in the Philippines, let us be supportive and make them feel important and loved because they don’t deserve to suffer more.

Rest in peace.

If you are experiencing restlessness, hopelessness, pessimism, low mood or decreased appetite. The immediate thing to do is to consult a doctor or a counselor to discuss your concerns. Crisis Hotline of Natasha Goulbourn Foundation aims to let every individual feel that there is always someone who is willing to listen to their problems. You may call them at these following numbers:

Information and Crisis Intervention Center:

  • (02) 804-HOPE (4673)
  • 0917-558-HOPE (4673) or (632) 211-4550
  • 0917-852-HOPE (4673) or (632) 964-6876
  • 0917-842-HOPE (4673) or (632) 964-4084

In Touch Crisis Lines:

  • 0917-572-HOPE or (632) 211-1305
  • (02) 893-7606 (24/7)
  • (02) 893-7603 (Mon-Fri, 9 am-5 pm)
  • Globe (63917) 800.1123 or (632) 506.7314
  • Sun (63922) 893.8944 or (632) 346.8776

Source: DefinitelyFilipino
OFW Ended His Own Life Because of Depression

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