My other friends said that she's acting like a psycho. As much as I want to help, I'm afraid to tell something harsh/direct because I don't want to offend her (scary since she wants to kill herself). Tbh, her mindset starts to affect my life negatively, but I can't leave her because she's too helpless.
Thanks for taking your time to read this. :(
Most Helpful Guy
Should something happen, don't blame yourself. I hate to sound so grim but all we can do is listen and do our very best. Be there for her when you are able but don't live in guilt if something happens that is out of your control. I hope it doesn't come to that though.
Most Helpful Girl
Let her know you love her & care for her, listen, be there for her when she calls. Try to find activities you both can enjoy like hiking, working out, or whatever. Just be very wary when all of a sudden one day she is very relaxed & really happy... that is usually when suicidal people have made the decision to go through with it.
Keep in mind, this is also a mental load that untrained individuals cannot handle properly. If you can possibly talk her into going to a psychiatrist for professional help, it would be the best thing. Offer to go with her to the appointment for moral support.