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Suicidal Thoughts

Postby Chucky » Thu Jun 07, 2007 10:02 pm

Hello everyone,

If you are having suicidal thoughts at present, please be aware that there is specific support available for you. Take the time out NOW and do not hesitate to seek this support. You can also make a post to this forum. Type what you want; there will always be somebody here to reply to you.


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Postby The One Mica » Tue Aug 28, 2007 6:28 am

If you live in the US and Canada call this number:

1-800-SUICIDE (1-800-7842433)

They can get you help, now, and you won't be so overwhelmed. Don't suicide. Please.
I can carry the whole weight of the world on myself and not have a problem, but as soon as I add my own, it's impossible.

Never know what you'll learn today - maybe something new. Did you know [insert traumatic experience] happened? Well today you had that flashback! Gee whiz, isn't life just WONDERFUL? :D
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Re: Resource Thread

Postby Platypus » Sat Dec 03, 2011 10:39 am

No diagnosis, lots of opinions, and a bunch of issues that I haven't quite figured out.
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Re: Resource Thread

Postby jannet » Fri Feb 24, 2012 5:19 am

It's being awesome to have such an important source of information.
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Re: Resource Thread

Postby baby527 » Tue Mar 06, 2012 10:17 am

It might be an idea to go to the hospital get the help needed. I don't know your life story, but your young with your whole life ahead of you. A life time for things to get better and for you to get the help you need. If you continue to seek the help needed you will get better and hopefully look back as an old man and say " yeah I pulled through the hard times and my life turned out fine. Your young and there are so many precious things in the world you are yet to experience. Think how much people would miss you if you commited suicide. Please just seek some help and try to live your life as best as possible because you only get one shot at it, don't waste it :).Image
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