A good friend of mine who lived on my road well she was older of course but only like in her late 40's. She committed suicide on Saturday, my mom told me when i got home from yesterday. She was a manic depressant an she went to this help centre, she hanged herself on Saturday.. help please.
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It's a sad thing, when people choose to take their own lives. It can be assumed that the stress and pain which they felt was greater than their coping mechanisms would allow them deal with. It's likely they didn't want others to share their pain, whether due to feelings of shame, or a belief that no one would care, or a desire not to burden others with what they felt.
But when a person takes their life, it leaves those left behind to deal with their passing. To worry about whether they should have seen the signs, if should have said something or done something, if they could have prevented this tragedy from occurring. The truth is perhaps that such can never be known. People often suffer in silence, and then, like a candle blown out by the wind, they are gone. One can only hope that whatever pain their choice might have left you with, it will make you better, not bitter.
There are a number of ted talks which engage with the subject of suicide, I've provided a couple of links. I don't know if they will help you, but hopefully they can provide some type of comfort or understanding
link 1: www.ted.com/.../kevin_briggs_the_bridge_between_suicide_and_life
link 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D1QoyTmeAYw
Beyond that, without knowing more about what you are feeling I'm not sure what else I can say. But if you find yourself wanting to talk and you have no one you feel you can discuss it with, then I am always willing to listen if you want to send a message. I am sorry for your loss.0