Ronda Rousey Helps Open Suicide Prevention Center In Los Angeles

Ronda Rousey is giving back.

Rousey's struggles with depression and suicidal thoughts are no secret. He father and grandfather both committed suicide and she went through a dark period following her loss to Holly Holm where she contemplated suicide. "Honestly, my thought in the medical room, I was sitting in the corner and was like, 'What am I anymore if I'm not this?'" Rousey told Ellen in February 2016. "Literally sitting there thinking about killing myself. In that exact second, I'm like, 'I'm nothing. What do I do anymore? No one gives a s--- about me anymore without this.'"

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In an effort to give back, Rousey -- along with Melissa Rivers -- will be opening a Didi Hirsch Suicide Prevention Center on Feb. 22 in Los Angeles. "My message that I would give is reach out don't tough it out," Rousey told TMZ.

Ronda has worked with Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services for years. In 2014 she was the recipient of the org's Erasing the Stigma Leadership Award.

If you or someone you know are struggling with suicide, please call 1-800-273-8255 or get help here.

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