The first thing u need to do is find someone u can talk to. I went through the same problem a few yesrs ago and the person I was finally able to confide in was a counselor she gave the number to crisis hotline in my area. I called it a few times and it really helped the best thing about it was that it didn't matter what time or what day it was there was always someone available to talk to. Please find someone to help you, my mother commited suicide six years ago and it hurts me everytime I think about it because I always wonder if there was something else I could have done or some sign from her I could have picked up on to prevent her from doing it. I've suffered terribly with anxiety panic attacks and depression. Every day is hard for me. But please don't ever forget that you are on this earth for a purpose and u are cherished and loved by your family give yourself time to work through problems and learn how great life can truly be before hurting yourself. If you need to talk I will listen email me firstname.lastname@example.org good luck and remember things will get better for you even if u can't see the light at the end of the tunnel right now.
just talk to someone you know. if they are a real friend they will listen and help. i can try to help if you'd like :)
I have no idea. a hotline is a good idea
Alot of people have the same thoughts at your age..It's scary, I know, but you should talk to someone, whether that be a friend, a relative you trust, your doctor, etc. Just someone who won't judge you.
tell somebody!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! close by you.
well fawk... heres what i want you to do... first dont do that until you find someone to physically talk to, and second dont do that until uve called someone that should care and discussed it with them...
im 46 now... but i wouldnt have traded my worst day for no more days ever... and ive been through the mill... im a dirty hippy afterall :)
actually those hotlines will send someone to your home... usually a cop...and emt...
Seems to me your parents would be the ones care more for you than anyone - why shut them out?
Better to be hated for who you are, than loved for who you're not. I bet they love you like I love my kids.
Talk it out with someone that you truly respect and trust.
I'd try a suicide hotline, I think. Or talk to another person like a pastor.
1-800-273-8255 is the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.
The number I have listed in my phone book is 1-800-784-2433. It could be that there will be a slightly different number for your region...look in the front of your phone book where the emergency numbers are listed. There should be a number listed there. But I'm thinking that this number or the one that Snapple has provided should be able to connect you. I hope you really find the help you need. I know this feeling. Hang in there.