I've got major disorder and have attempted suicide twice in the past. I feel good now but I know that the feeling will come back and I eventually won't be in my right mind and probably end up taking my own life. I go to college (well, I'm taking a semester off but that has nothing to do with my mental health just finances.) I go to work. I keep trying but I'm still pretty sure that I won't live to 25 and I'm nearly certain I will be dead before I'm thirty.
Do I tell someone, how do I explain that if so.
I'm just not actively suicidal
Most Helpful Girl
I don't know how you tell someone that. In my own head (hope this doesn't get deleted! I'm not going to hurt myself or whatever, it's just a mental thing I swear) when someone talks about the future, I always assume I won't be here. An example is I have an exam in May to take and the teacher told us the date and I said to myself in my mind, oh I'll probably be dead by then. That's such a fucked up way to think but I really can't help but feel like I only have a short amount of time to live on. And trying to explain that to someone is crazy! It's not like I have set plans, it's just in my mind I'm not going to make it that far. I wish I could tell you how to tell people but I don't know. You just get guilted all the time into not being open about how you feel. No doubt GaG will delete this comment, I hope they don't.1
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Most Helpful Guy
you need to see a doctor first off and get some mood stabilizers. then get into a physical workout routine (trust me physical exercise helps me a lot with my mental BS)1