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MoshaFreak On May 02, 2016

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, United Kingdom
#46New Post! Oct 30, 2006 @ 20:58:11
i can get suacidal somtimes for like a month n then im ok n it swiches on and off but i do have quite a dramatic life
silenthunder On November 25, 2007




Halliburton, Texas
#47New Post! Oct 30, 2006 @ 20:59:06
@keen_dream Said
Not all suicidal people need professional help. Some kind find their own way out of it, but I think that a lot of people who are suicidal need professional help (counseling, support groups, things like that)I think that in order to get better you need to process your emotions and the things that hurt you. It does take courage. A lot of it. It's hard and it takes a long time, but it helps. One thing that I find sad it that a lot of people who need professional help never get it. Either they don't have the money or their parents don't care.


Care is the operative word. It is my belief that we should care about each other much more than we currently do. We live in a fastfood society and are much too quick to brush off one another's troubles.
silenthunder On November 25, 2007




Halliburton, Texas
#48New Post! Oct 30, 2006 @ 21:02:23
@moshafreak Said
i can get suacidal somtimes for like a month n then im ok n it swiches on and off but i do have quite a dramatic life


Some occasional suicidal thoughts may be considered within the area of what is called "normalcy". Indulging in them is dangerous.
keen_dream On November 01, 2006

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Alpine, Utah
#49New Post! Oct 30, 2006 @ 21:13:09
I suggest that if you struggle with suicidal thoughts or with grounding yourself in the present time (calming down/relaxing) that you research DBT. It stands for Dialectical Behaviour Therapy. It's a therapy technique that was created to help people who had BPD, but you don't have to have BPD in order for it to work. It was, by far, the best group I have ever been in. If I find a good site on it I'll post the link. Also I have a ton of worksheets from it so if you want send me a PM and I can type them up for you tomorrow some time.
keen_dream On November 01, 2006

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Alpine, Utah
#50New Post! Oct 30, 2006 @ 21:21:48
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dialectical_behavior_therapy


^Go there and can click on the things inside the contents box. It will let you read more about the DBT skills. My favorite ones were observe and decribe.
chicagogal2001 On November 29, 2006




Chicago,
#51New Post! Oct 30, 2006 @ 21:28:02
dont do it. find away to get away from the things that are bothering you. i moved several times and was happier because my family was a nightmare and you can find something over your own to like.
keen_dream On November 01, 2006

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Alpine, Utah
#52New Post! Oct 30, 2006 @ 21:40:34
@chicagogal2001 Said
dont do it. find away to get away from the things that are bothering you. i moved several times and was happier because my family was a nightmare and you can find something over your own to like.



Some people can't do it themelves. Some times people need some help to get themselves back on their feet. If you want to get better you need to process your feelings. You can't just run away from your past because you can't run forever. You're past will eventually catch up with you again. In order to put the past behind you, you need to talk about the emoitons/hurt/pain that go along with it.
mommielovesyou On January 04, 2008




Eastpointe,
#53New Post! Oct 31, 2006 @ 18:58:57
My sister killed herself tonight at 12pm will be 16 yrears. She left behind 2 children, ever sense I can remember as a kid she always tryed that. She more less wanted attention, I used to always know when she would do it, always after a hugh family fight
It's kinda weird that this morning I was talking about her to my friend on the way to taking her to work, we were talking about our grandparents and my dad and such. I see this topic which drew me into it.
3 weeks before my sister killed herself I tryed to kill myself, and I'm gonna tell ya when you are in that state of mind you dont think about nothing and nobody, I had my brothers and parents but I had no kids I didnt have close friends. I was not being selfish I was trying to take care of my pain cause I knew my family and friends didnt understand me and I didnt want help. I wanted to sleep, and I wanted to stop hurting, it doesnt matter what the situation is for anybody with wanting to kill themself they want to stop hurting. That was my first time and my last, I often wonder if I suseeded would my sister be here today!!
claire On September 15, 2009




Perth, Australia
#54New Post! Nov 01, 2006 @ 12:41:45
Today I caught up with a mate I haven't seen in a really long time.

He is studying Astrophysics at Uni, works at the Planeterium as a Astrophysist and has high hopes about someday working for NASA. He's extremely intelligent, borderline genius.

I won't lie, a few years ago he was suicidal, but only because his whole world as he knew it went down the crapper. He found out his dad was having an affair, his folks then got divorced, custody battle etc.
But these days things are alot better...or so I thought!

Anyway, over dinner, he asked me how I was sleeping these days. I told him, fine, except I go to bed late and wake up at the crack of dawn...which can't be healthy.
He told me that lately he's been having trouble sleeping, can't manage to do his hmk, everythings a mess, that he often finds himself wondering if he really wants to be here and if he's on the right path!

At first I thought he was talking about his career and study, but I soon figured it was a little more than that. For some reason he's started to doubt himself...his life is coming apart at the seams and he was silently asking me to sew him back up...

This guy was like an added limb, we were inseperable. He's my bestest friend in the universe, if anything ever happened to him I'd be totally shattered. I love him more than life it's self!
I want to be there for him, but I live almost 100km's away....and I don't think regular phone calls are going to cut it forever, HELP!
sxcbrowneyez On December 19, 2006




sydney, Australia
#55New Post! Nov 02, 2006 @ 21:21:21
rporter what are you tryin to say about the emos being one myself im realyy afended and hurt by this comment and it wasnt very nice im going to my room.
srekins On April 10, 2017

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Canton, Georgia
#56New Post! Nov 02, 2006 @ 22:09:09
suicide....i used to try to kill myself alot i cut myself swallowed pills tried hanging myself even held myself at gunpoint but now looking back on it i wish i never did im a walking proof of god.. since then ive gotten saved try by bestest to live in the light of god but im serious when i say this please never try to kill your self thats a straight path to eternal punishment in hell nonone wants that trust me please noone try that ive been there its not good
tinofbeans On January 08, 2009




derby, United Kingdom
#57New Post! Nov 03, 2006 @ 01:08:18
An hour and a half ago I learnt that a friend had been found dead, she killed herself. Reading all these posts and knowing what I did about her I can only say that she did what she wanted, how she wanted and I hope that she is now at peace.

Yes suicide leaves behind loss, shock, pain and disbelief. But it also ends the terrible mental pain that some find themselves experiencing. I suffer from mental health problems and have been suicidal, and to be in that state is pure hell, I wouId not wish it on my worst enemy so I speak from both sides here.

I have lost a friend to suicide and 2 other people I knew have also killed themselves and I can say that if they are away from the pain and hell that can be mental illness and that is the way they choose to do it who am I, who are we, to judge. As I kind of said in an earlier post don't judge the suicidal until you have walked a
mile in their shoes.

If there is a god, why does he make some of us go through this? Is it some sort of punishment, or a test? If it is then I doubt his love of us, no one who loved 'his children' would put them through this. I think the god argument is brought out all to often in suicide debates anyway, but thats just my opinion.

Just think how the suicidal must feel.... try... just for an hour... and imagine that 24/7. Then judge.
treebee On April 13, 2015
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London, United Kingdom
#58New Post! Nov 03, 2006 @ 20:26:52
@tinofbeans Said
An hour and a half ago I learnt that a friend had been found dead, she killed herself. Reading all these posts and knowing what I did about her I can only say that she did what she wanted, how she wanted and I hope that she is now at peace.

Yes suicide leaves behind loss, shock, pain and disbelief. But it also ends the terrible mental pain that some find themselves experiencing. I suffer from mental health problems and have been suicidal, and to be in that state is pure hell, I wouId not wish it on my worst enemy so I speak from both sides here.

I have lost a friend to suicide and 2 other people I knew have also killed themselves and I can say that if they are away from the pain and hell that can be mental illness and that is the way they choose to do it who am I, who are we, to judge. As I kind of said in an earlier post don't judge the suicidal until you have walked a
mile in their shoes.

If there is a god, why does he make some of us go through this? Is it some sort of punishment, or a test? If it is then I doubt his love of us, no one who loved 'his children' would put them through this. I think the god argument is brought out all to often in suicide debates anyway, but thats just my opinion.

Just think how the suicidal must feel.... try... just for an hour... and imagine that 24/7. Then judge.


Sorry to hear your bad news
brainfarmer On February 09, 2007




huddersfield, United Kingdom
#59New Post! Nov 03, 2006 @ 20:37:17
@tinofbeans Said
An hour and a half ago I learnt that a friend had been found dead, she killed herself. Reading all these posts and knowing what I did about her I can only say that she did what she wanted, how she wanted and I hope that she is now at peace.

Yes suicide leaves behind loss, shock, pain and disbelief. But it also ends the terrible mental pain that some find themselves experiencing. I suffer from mental health problems and have been suicidal, and to be in that state is pure hell, I wouId not wish it on my worst enemy so I speak from both sides here.

I have lost a friend to suicide and 2 other people I knew have also killed themselves and I can say that if they are away from the pain and hell that can be mental illness and that is the way they choose to do it who am I, who are we, to judge. As I kind of said in an earlier post don't judge the suicidal until you have walked a
mile in their shoes.

If there is a god, why does he make some of us go through this? Is it some sort of punishment, or a test? If it is then I doubt his love of us, no one who loved 'his children' would put them through this. I think the god argument is brought out all to often in suicide debates anyway, but thats just my opinion.

Just think how the suicidal must feel.... try... just for an hour... and imagine that 24/7. Then judge.

im sorry to hear about what happened and offer my condolences. i was touched by your post because it reflects exactly how i feel about this issue. i think when youve been there and worn the t-shirt so to speak you have a different perspective.
lupinstar On June 09, 2021




Wigmore, United Kingdom
#60New Post! Nov 03, 2006 @ 21:20:13
@tinofbeans Said
An hour and a half ago I learnt that a friend had been found dead, she killed herself. Reading all these posts and knowing what I did about her I can only say that she did what she wanted, how she wanted and I hope that she is now at peace.
Yes suicide leaves behind loss, shock, pain and disbelief. But it also ends the terrible mental pain that some find themselves experiencing. I suffer from mental health problems and have been suicidal, and to be in that state is pure hell, I wouId not wish it on my worst enemy so I speak from both sides here.
I have lost a friend to suicide and 2 other people I knew have also killed themselves and I can say that if they are away from the pain and hell that can be mental illness and that is the way they choose to do it who am I, who are we, to judge. As I kind of said in an earlier post don't judge the suicidal until you have walked a
mile in their shoes.
If there is a god, why does he make some of us go through this? Is it some sort of punishment, or a test? If it is then I doubt his love of us, no one who loved 'his children' would put them through this. I think the god argument is brought out all to often in suicide debates anyway, but thats just my opinion.
Just think how the suicidal must feel.... try... just for an hour... and imagine that 24/7. Then judge.


Wel said, im sorry about your loss as well tinofbeans.
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