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Attempt Survivors

DragonflyIn the stigma of suicide, people who attempted suicide have lived a quiet existence, afraid to speak about their experience of wanting to end their pain. The information available about and for suicide attempt survivors remains small, but here we offer the opportunity to open the discussion.

As this site is not for therapy, if you are feeling suicidal, please call 1-800-273-8255 where someone is available to help you 24 hours a day 7 days a week.

 

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Comments

10/27/2016 at 4:59 PM
Mike B
Hope brings nothing except pain. The western concept of hope is merely wishful thinking precluding action. Action is the only option that produces results. I've had suicidal ideation since age 12. Now at age 51, having no energy left for action, suicide is the default option. I'm composing a letter to my 10 year old daughter; topical suggestions from those who have lost a parent to suicide are welcomed.
09/28/2015 at 7:48 PM
Sadie Fitzgerald
My first attempt was when I was in 8th grade, cutting just wasn't enough for me. I had given up all hope on every being able to keep going in life and it just got worse and I decided one day I had enough and I tried to end it all. I've been fighting with bipolar depression and suicide for 7 years now.
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