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If you want to talk to someone, you can call the Samaritans at any time on 116 123. They're open 24/7 and calls are free from any network. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you've been feeling low for some time, I'd strongly recommend talking to your GP. There are lots of effective treatment options for depression. It might take a few tries to find something that's right for you, but your situation will improve with the right help.
If you feel like you're in a crisis, go to A&E or call an ambulance. A mental health crisis is just as much of a medical emergency as a broken leg. A&E can refer you to the Crisis Team or the Community Mental Health Team, who will put together a plan to get you back on your feet.
I don't know who you are and I don't know what you're going through, but I've felt some of the things that you're feeling. I've bothered to make this post because I think that you matter, because I think that nobody deserves to feel hopeless. There are lots of people who want to help you, but they can't help you unless you ask for their help. If you're feeling miserable, then something needs to change. It takes courage to take the first step and ask for help, but it all gets easier from that point.