Yes, there are self-help resources available that can provide information and support for depression, self-harm, suicidal thoughts, and job-related challenges. Here are some resource titles that you can search for online or at local libraries:Do you know self-help resources available related to depression, self harm or suicidal thoughts or struggle with looking for work or losing such?
1. "Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy" by David D. Burns - This book offers practical techniques and strategies for managing depression and improving mood.
2. "The Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Workbook for Self-Harm: Practical DBT Exercises for Learning Mindfulness, Interpersonal Effectiveness, Emotion Regulation & Distress Tolerance" by Matthew McKay, Jeffrey C. Wood, and Jeffrey Brantley - This workbook provides exercises and strategies for individuals struggling with self-harm behaviors.
3. "Stay Alive: A Guide to Surviving Depression" by Angela Meyer - This book offers practical advice, personal stories, and coping strategies for individuals experiencing depression and suicidal thoughts.
4. "The Job Search Handbook for People with Disabilities" by Daniel J. Ryan and Sam S. Stern - This resource provides guidance and practical tips for individuals with disabilities who are seeking employment.
5. "What Color Is Your Parachute? 2021: A Practical Manual for Job-Hunters and Career-Changers" by Richard N. Bolles - This book offers guidance on career exploration and job search strategies, helpful for individuals looking for work or considering a career change.
Remember that while self-help resources can be valuable, they are not a substitute for professional support. If you're in crisis or struggling with severe symptoms, please reach out to a mental health professional or contact emergency services in your country.
Please note that I can't provide specific links or share images, but you can easily find these resources by searching their titles on reputable online book retailers or using online search engines.