There's information here if you're feeling low and need someone to listen. Also, there's help for families, carers, friends and others who might know someone in this state.
A lot of the information is aimed at young people, and many of the sites highlighted might have more than one section aimed at the different people in these situations. We also include information for those who have been bereaved by suicide.
Confidential emotional support over the phone is available from the Samaritans - anytime, day or night. There's also a Welsh language service available on , open 7pm-11pm every evening.
Mind Cymru has 20 local groups across Wales, and can give you high standard information about your local services and any help available connected to mental health in your area. Go to their website for good, up-to-date information about any aspect of mental health or phone the MindInfoLine.
If you're a young man, some friendly advice is available from the Campaign Against Living Miserably if you're feeling low, either at their website or by phoning them on the number shown.
This site gives details of a variety of local support services and counselling availble to you.
Papyrus are a good source of information for those who are emotionally low or suicidal.
As a student, there many different sources of help at hand. Nightline is available on every campus, and is there to listen to your problems. You can get your local number through the student's union. More details of local services on the website.
For theraputic help for your condition, or if in need of help in a relationship, go to the BACP site to find out about your local qualified therapist, as well as the types of therapy available.