How uplifting! There's a teen in England named Paige Hunter, who wrote dozens of heartfelt notes and posted them to the Wearmouth Bridge in Sunderland in an effort to "offer solace to people facing a mental health crisis." You see, this bridge is a hotspot for suicides, and the 18 year old decided to try to come up with a way to help people in their time of need. And it looks like she has succeeded!
The notes (which include messages like "Even though things are difficult, your life matters; you're a shining light in a dark world, so just hold on.") urge people to call "Samaritans" - an emotional support hotline. And six people have already called because of these notes!
Paige has - rightfully so - received recognition from the local law enforcement for her good deed. Read more here.