You can't say anything to stop it. They are in a strange state of mind when they get to that point. It is a permanent solution to a temporary problem and for the most part people don't understand that. <br />
The very best thing that you can do is tell an adult. Our job is to protect our young and while it may **** your friend off for a little bit at you, OH WELL, at least she'll still be around. <br />
Tell an adult, they'll know what to do.<br />
Trust an adult with a serious situation like this<br />
Tell an adult......They have the ability to help or find help for her/him
Talk privately to her parents if you can. It's too much responsibility for you to handle. good luck
Does she have any pets that'd be lost and sad without her? If so, you could try bringing them up. Sometimes small, seemingly unimportant things like that can have a profound impact.<br />
Also tell an adult. She'll thank you later.
Talk to your parents about it ... and get them to help you with this.<br />
If she's serious .. there's nothing you can do about it. She needs professional help.
Tell someone before it's too late
Your friend probably thinks she has nobody to talk to. Even if her mom is making her do things around the house, she will still love her mom so she won't want to get her into trouble. It's quite a complicated situation for her to be in. <br />
I think there are 2 things she could do. <br />
Firstly, dealing with the kids in school who are making her life miserable, she can solve that very quickly. She needs to speak with a teacher, offer to go with her, so she's not talking to them alone. They will have a word with them and I am pretty sure it will stop. <br />
Secondly, with regards to her mom and home, she should write her mom a letter. She could leave it on her bed or something. And just explain what it is making her feel like. Her mom probably has no idea she is that sad or feeling so upset. So, she needs to just let her know what it making her feel like. I think once she realizes how upset she is, I think she will change and maybe do things differently. <br />
If she feels she can't talk to her mom, while talking to a teacher, she can mention what's happening at home too. Then, she can talk about everything at the same time. <br />
She needs to understand that nobody would get her mom into trouble, but there may be some help and support out there that they can offer her that she doesn't know about. It would actually help her and not get her into trouble. <br />
You also need to explain to your friend that killing yourself seems a bit sad because all of the reasons are about someone else, the friends, her mom, it's nothing about her. So, she would end her life because of things nothing to do with her. I think she needs to be strong and just help her mom change things for the better.
Well first off tell her to take comfort in knowing that she isn't going to live forever and she is going to die whether she wants to or not. So whatever is making her miserable isn't going to last forever. In fact it probably seems like a long time till she gets old and dies but actually it's closer than she thinks. Each day you get older the faster and faster time goes by. I'm 48 and the amount of time it felt to get to age seems about the same as it took to get to 48. I feel like I'll be dead next yr...thats how fast time is going by and it continues to speed up with each day. I'm not kidding.
give great hug to change her mind or slap(powerful) to change her mind !!!!
What over if you dont mind me asking?
Those that talk about it rarely follow through. Just tell her she needs to talk through her feelings with someone she can trust.
I have experienced this with my friend the best thing to do is to suggest counselling or therapy.