Lifeline there for Australians in need of support and sympathy
Lifeline is reminding Australians that its national crisis support network is available 24hours/7 days for Australians affected by the hostage crisis in Sydney.
Lifeline Chairman, John Brogden, reminds us of the need to support each other as the reality of the tragedy in Sydney sinks in.
“Australia awoke today to tragic news.
“It is understandable for people to react strongly after an event like this that has received extensive media coverage throughout the day and night.
“If you are feeling angry, sad, shocked or anxious, call Lifeline on 13 11 14 or talk to a trusted friend or your GP.
“If those feelings are overwhelming or if you don’t know where to turn, remember Lifeline is here for anyone who wants to talk or chat online with us.
“Lifeline is available 24/7 every day of the year on 13 11 14 or connect with us online at www.lifeline.org.au.”
“On behalf of Lifeline I pass on deepest condolences to the family and friends of people involved in the siege in Sydney."
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