my suicide date is coming up & I'm pretty sure no one would miss me much 😫
sophieirwinnxo sophieirwinnxo
16-17, F
10 Responses Aug 16, 2014

I found this ask.fm that seems to help people with advice. I just thought I should tell people. www.ask.fm/StepIntoMyOffice

How are you, little one? You are loved and valued.
ttys

I would miss you. Please don't have a suicide date. Why not have a live forever date.

I would miss you

Please don't little one... Please reach out to someone... I will connect with you daily if it will keep you from taking your life. You are special and irreplaceable...

thank you :) means a lot

You are welcome... Talk with you soon/anytime.

I go through this phase multiple times every year.. Somehow someway.. I still carry forward and live on happily..

It's an off and on thing, really..

I'd say about your age it was the worse.. I wish I could be there to hug you.. And you can just let it all go..

By that.. If you need to cry. You'll feel much better.. Go for a run your mind will be much clearer.. So much to do to get over these tragic moments..

*hug*

tysm :)))

i would

thank you :)

i'm here if you want to chat

thank you

why? what harm have you done? seriously.

Suicide is not chosen; it happens
when pain exceeds
resources for coping with pain.

That's all it's about. You are not a bad person, or crazy, or weak, or flawed, because you feel suicidal. It doesn't even mean that you really want to die - it only means that you have more pain than you can cope with right now. If I start piling weights on your shoulders, you will eventually collapse if I add enough weights... no matter how much you want to remain standing. Willpower has nothing to do with it. Of course you would cheer yourself up, if you could.

When pain exceeds pain-coping resources, suicidal feelings are the result. Suicide is neither wrong nor right; it is not a defect of character; it is morally neutral. It is simply an imbalance of pain versus coping resources.

You can survive suicidal feelings if you do either of two things: (1) find a way to reduce your pain, or (2) find a way to increase your coping resources. Both are possible.

thanks that kinda helped :)

Its ok. Everything will get better :)

Very well said. That is the truth. I'm unemployed, single mother, going through a break up..can't cope. Time to put on my running shoes.

They will be loads of people who will miss you so why are you thinking like that.

it doesn't seem it.

Still. And I can name someone you won't be doing a favor to: you. C'mon girl, it's gonna get better. You know has to fall before the stars can shine.