I would call your nation’s suicide hotline. Cliché as it sounds, they are very good at their jobs. And they can help you find treatment centers and therapists and all sorts of things to help you.
As far as your partner is concerned, they simply need to be there. Depression is a singular experience. The desire to commit suicide even more so. First, try and find an outlet four whatever you are feeling. Drawing, writing, music, something that allows you to pour those emotions and feelings out of yourself and in to something else.
Have your partner go to therapy(or whatever avenue you choose) with you; they need to learn too.
You have taken the first step. You are asking for help.
That means that, while you may feel like ending your life, you want to find a sliver of hope so you don’t feel the need to.
And finally, a grim, but firm reminder - “Suicide is a permanant fix to a temporary problem.” What you are going though may not feel temporary, but is always is. There is a silver lining
I'm suicidal and I need help don't know what to do?
I'm feeling suicidal for a lot of bad stuff that's happened in my life in the past and lately. I'm tired all the time. I'm feeling down all the time. I constantly beg my partner to help me but he won't help me and claims he doesn't know how. I don't know what to do and the thoughts get worse by the day. currently I don't have a plan or the means to kill myself but I still have thoughts and want to. I tried reaching out to a counselor and that's not working. I would go impatient if I could but I have a life at home that I need to take care of. I just don't know what to do. what should I do? how can my partner help me?
- He can't help you. You need to meet with a therapist. You need to contact a doctor and get a referal to a psychologist. If you feel suicidal right now? You need to google suicidal hotline and call them. Get help. Don't use it as a manipulation tool for the boyfriend...maybe break up...step away...get healthy.00
- well, it sounds to me you're depressed and traumatised deeply and severely enough to urgently need the professional help of a psychiatrist-in real life, in your area, someone skilled in treating people of your age, with no further delay....
please- immediately let your Family Doctor there exactly know what you're going through- ask for and timely get the help you need.....
please, understand you're one of a kind:NEVER EVER was there ANYONE just like you-nor EVER AGAIN could there be such....
that's why your life and your quality of life ( that one I think you're ideally entitled to ) are holy enough shrines to thoroughly be protected, whatever it takes.....
inasmuch as you feel like hurting yourself GET NOW to the Emergency Room...yeah....00
- We aren't psychiatrists. See a doctor.00
- Schedule an appointment with your family doctor. When the doctor asks what brings you in today show them what you have written here. Use that as a basis for having a frank discussion on how you are doing. They can do a full physical and neurological workup to see if have a medical condition that needs to be addressed. They can also check if anything you are taking or doing may be causing or contributing to your issue. They can refer you to a sleep specialist for a sleep study. Your family doctor can refer you to a mental health professional who can evaluate your mental state. Be sure to show them what you have written here also. Once a diagnosis has been made, treatment options can be discussed.00
- Better stay away from Doctors, Psychiatrist, medicines etc. etc. .., they are just to make money & fool people around. Till date, they haven't helped either. They do experiments/researchs & search people like you for their research and time waste.
Come out from your present place. Go to some hill station & have good air.21
- Tell someone else how you’re feeling—a parent, a relative, another friend, a teacher, a minister—someone who cares, who will take you seriously, listen to you, and help other important people in your life hear what you need to say. You have nothing to lose—and everything to gain—by talking out your problems.
Life’s problems ebb and flow. True, some may seem overwhelming—at least for now. But be patient. Things change, often for the better. In some cases, problems might be alleviated in ways that you couldn’t have predicted. In other cases, you may discover a way of coping that you hadn’t considered. The point is, distressing problems will not stay the same forever.00
- This is absolutely something you want to talk to someone about. It is absolutely a normal thing, and should not be embarrassing to talk to a trusted one about this. Calling the Suicide Hotline is absolutely a great idea. It is anonymous and nobody has to know who you are. All people who attempt suicide and don’t succeed always say the same thing.. right when they did it, they wished they never had. I have mental issues myself and understand your struggles. Please understand, people care for you. Suicide is not the way to deal with life problems. Good luck.10
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