For the past few weeks, my boyfriend has been extremely depressed. It started with a few moments of thinking about killing himself and then he said he would do it. I’m not sure what caused this, but the last couple of days he has been incredibly lethargic, not eating, and acting very strange. He doesn’t even seem to want to talk to me, so I’m not sure how he can even function.
As far as suicidal tendencies go, it’s rare to find one person who is suicidal and not depressed. The ones I know are, quite frankly, in the minority. Most people in my experience feel some degree of hopelessness when they look at the bright side of their situation, but most never actually take the steps needed to get out of it.
Well, I guess I’m just not sure what I’m supposed to do with that news. I guess I could just hope that he doesn’t act any more crazy, but that seems very much like a “what if” scenario. Maybe he’s just afraid of being found out, or maybe he’s just afraid of the future, but there is no way to know for sure.
Sometimes we can’t see the bright side of our situation. We have to be careful to look at it objectively and ask, “How is this helping me?” We have to try to take the risk of the future, but we may not get the results we want.
I guess I should add that suicide is something that happens to people all the time, and there is no way to prevent it.
Suicide is not something that we should attempt to prevent, and there are no signs that a person should be put on suicide watch. But like most things, there is no “good” or “bad” way to do it, and there are no “right” or “wrong” answers either. Suicide is simply a way of ending a life, and it is a terrible way to die.
I had a good friend who died by suicide. It’s not something that I wish would happen to me or anyone I know. I’ve lived a pretty normal life for almost 30 years, and I’ve had three serious heart attacks in that time. I think a heart attack is just as much about stress levels as it is a heart, and I didn’t have any stress levels. It happened one day at work.
I’ve heard that suicide is as much about the person as it is the act of taking your life, and there is no right or wrong answer either. But there is a right and wrong answer to the question “Would you have liked to die?” and that answer is “Yes”.
People with heart problems can have a heart attack. But the right answer to the question would have been if I had just died earlier. I wouldnt have had a heart attack, but someone who was in a state of panic and not knowing what to do would have. And while I loved my life and loved my friends, I dont think I would have been able to live with myself if I had left them for a few more months.
While there are some people who take their own lives, a lot of them don’t even know it. The sad truth is that people who are seriously depressed can make it pretty clear that they want to end their life. I can sympathize with a lot of that because it’s one of the hardest things for me to hear.