I’m sorry you had to live that. And I’m totally agree with of the right of choose to die; when i say that, people are always angry against me. My heart is with you ❤ #sendingvirtualhugs
September 10th is World Suicide Prevention Day.
Here in the UK, the mental heath charity MIND has a very useful list of resources.
Some may find the following disturbing, and my views might seem a little contrary:
My most vivid memory of my teens is waking up in my room to realise, with a crushing disappointment, that I had survived the overdose I took the previous evening. My family never knew about my attempt. I spent the morning crying whilst cleaning up the vomit myself. No help was sought.
I was 17 and had recently started sixth-form college, away from the bullies that had plagued me for a decade. You might think this was great? It was – until I realised how badly damaged I was. Unable to cope with being around people I took to hiding in a small study area outside of class times, where I…
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