By Published On: September 22nd, 20203 Comments

Was your call to an “anonymous” and “confidential” help line traced? Did you get a surprise visit by police after your call? Did the police take you to the psychiatric hospital against your will? This is standard policy and practice with many major help lines, including the US National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. If you’ve ever gotten a surprise visit after calling a help line, I’d like to hear you story — please get in touch!

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  1. M. September 28, 2021 at 6:37 pm

    Have you come across this phenomenon. It is real.

    Liam Britons CBC news coverage
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  2. Rob Wipond September 28, 2021 at 10:07 pm

    I had not seen that. There are so many layers in that phenomonen, that story, those opinions on all sides, and that article.

  3. M October 3, 2021 at 1:04 am

    So true! If you haven’t experienced it, it’s not believable. Like a case of the flu, no one else can have it for you and descriptions aren’t the thing itself…Suspending disbelief..perhaps the most significant historical phenomenon since that guy got up from the dead..name escapes me at the moment..Elvis..?..No…Keep up the great work,…stay off ‘The List’ eh.

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