Life can get hard sometimes but thinking there’s nothing ahead of that moment is the biggest lie you can tell yourself. Because many have been through even harder, more grueling hurdles but always came out of them stronger and happier.
A difficult time may make you feel worthless or without having a future but give it time and before you know it, you’ll be incredibly happy you did not make any serious decisions and this is one example of how, believe it or not, Google helped a girl when she was looking for ideas to kill herself.
After getting a government job, the boy came under family pressure and left the girl. After such a drastic incident, all that the girl could think of was suicide. She decided to end her life by jumping in the Yamuna canal which is 4km away from Saharanpur.
She searched “How to commit suicide” on Google. Fortunately, instead of showing the methods, the search results showed “Suicide Helpline Numbers”.
Instead of thinking more, she dialed one of the numbers that appeared on the mobile screen. The call was received by the Deputy Inspector General of Police, who convinced her to get counseling.
After some time, the girl reached the DIG’s office, where she told her story. She was depressed and out of her mind. All she wanted was to end herself.
The DIG asked the station officer of the women’s police station to take the matter in her hands and give counselling to the girl. The female inspector got in touch with the boy and talked to the couple to search for better options for a better future.
Technology saved this girl’s life and Google should get all the appreciation for listing suicide helpline numbers for such searches instead of the methods.