Send her a noose by the US Mail, anonymously...hehe ;-)
A firm slap on the *** and a wink. It goes farther than you'd think it would
Gotsta go! In the end you have to take care of yourself
next time she is negative say to her don't worry you will probably be dead soon.
Be a good friend. Ask her why she is feeling so negative? Is she fighting with anyone in her family? I was going through a negative phase and i think it was because I was fighting with my Mum a lot at that time, and I would take it out on friends. There usually is a reason why people act in this way. Tell her to talk to her doctor about it, she might benefit from some counselling! But I would keep being friends with her, when she gets negative, remind her she is, and try and distract her. Instead of maybe talking, do an activity together that's fun for both of you, tennis, a movie? whatever you both choose. You can't talk to her about your problems at the moment, probally because she is dealing with too many of her own negative thoughts. So maybe just accept she's not the friend at the moment you can talk to, and try someone else. Constant negativity might be a sign on depression- and if she is saying things like shooting herself- that is really serious. Again, being a good friend means sometimes you have to be cruel to be kind. Just let her know you have noticed and you are there to supprt her. :)
Yeah, it sounds like you have really been supporting her, good on you, and she is lucky to have you as a friend. Have you tried telling her family about what she has been saying and how she is acting? Also maybe telling her about how she acts affects you and makes you worried might be good.
I can relate to her. Thats what I do everyday and most of my friends are in the same position you are with your friend. You might not be able to do anything...
I take negative influences out of my life...I can't deal with people like that ......They exhaust me. I am a natural problem solver. If i can't solve it, **** it....Thats my philosophy.
Gotta take care of you first. Encourage her to get help and if she won't then she enjoys being that way. Obviously you wouldn't ask this if you enjoyed being around it. It sucks she chooses to live that way, but if she refuses to do something about it then I highly suggest getting out.