Fed Up

I'm completely fed up my parents don't seem to think of my depression as anything more than a phase that will pass with time and just seem to think I'm a typically heartbroken and will move on soon, I know that feeling as this isn't the first time I've been dumped and felt depressed, but nothing to this extent.

I've been cutting myself, burning myself, taking drugs to try and take my mind off things, and I'm constantly thinking about killing myself.

I've even told them that I've been hurting myself and even shown them all the cuts, but they still think i'll be fine. There constantly getting angry at me just because I can't face going into college and I can't concentrate on my work, how am I expected to when all I can think about is this?

I have attempted suicide once by strangling myself with a belt but I couldn't go through with it.
I just want to end everything I can't gather the strength to continue like this.
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18-21, M
5 Responses May 11, 2012

If you can't get through to your parents try a hotline for help. I've had to do this when I showed my cuts also. I knew somewhere out there someone could help. Even if just some understanding. I've tried to kill myself by pills. So just try to first get yourself some help and than you can worry about college. You need to be around healthy before you can concentrate on your future. You can inbox me any time you need to get something off your chest. I am a huggy person so here's a hug from me to you.

Try turning to Christ for help

Imagine life with an endless loop of crap coming out your butt and into your mouth that can go either way. Now you can only feel it but everyone else can actually see it. No cure no treatment. Imagine the horror when you can briefly hear yourself droning on endlessly. Than look at your situation. Also maybe lay off drugs, triggered it in me.

Thanks, I've got an appointment with my doctor but It's not until Wednesday.<br />
I'm considering admitting myself to A&E and expressing how I've felt suicidal would this be a good idea?

Tell your parents that you want to go to therapy, or see your doctor about the depression. Tell them this is serious, and you have been feeling suicidal. <br />
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I think you parents are in a state of denial, they don't want to believe anything is wrong with their son. <br />
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Here is a teen suicide hotline, only teens pick up the phone. That way if you ever need to talk to someone you can. You can talk about anything that is bothering you, it doesn't have to be about suicide. 1-800-252-8336.<br />
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So, if you are ever feeling bad, and need someone to talk to, call them anytime. They are open 24hrs a day.