Okay, I'm planning to create a hub about preventing suicide. I'm hoping to get some tips, possibly real ways from the people here on this topic. I know some of you may have handled this in real life scenarios and it'd be great if you share it here. This will go a long way, especially to the people who need it. Thanks
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The problem is that someone dealing with extreme mental illness might not have the energy or motivation to do any of this, especially on their own.
I'm sorry but some of us can't just "choose" how we feel. People who struggled with mental illness like depression and anxiety literally have no control over what's happening with them emotionally.
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Hi Shelly, that is a very true comment you've made. A coward is using full of fear most of the time, that makes it easy for them to think of something like suicide or harming others.
That's true, I'll try to be more specific next time!
Why? I live with a serious chronic illness, and everyday is a gift. A friend once asked when I was down and out if I had a "plan" to commit suicide, I said no...she was like well then join the club dear. As well I lost an uncle this way, sad too...
For example people who have lost a loved one, or who have a serious illness have to learn how to accept the situation..Whereas people who are not going through those things, have to try to gain control of their mind, feelings, & emotions.