List of suicide hotlines: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_suicide_crisis_lines
In my experience it's just idiomatic - just something you have to learn. I see this a lot with prepositions; like, in English we say "to look in the mirror", and in Italian you say "vedere allo specchio". Or we say in English, "to go to Italy", and in Italian it's "andare in Italia" for countries, regions, and big islands, and "andare a Roma" for cities and small islands. Totally frustrating, but part of getting comfy with the eccentricities of the language.
Alright, I’ve been investigating, I think duo… is a serial killer. What is with all of the sentences about death? What is duo doing? Is he also a mob boss? No one noones. Duo is acting very sus with his fake smiles and always acting nice, no owls are that nice. But that’s just a theory…