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Mental Illness

DragonflySuicide and mental illness intersect in confusing ways for many people. Because both topics have been traditionally stigmatized, we often don't attempt truly understand mental illness until we have been diagnosed with a mental illness, a loved one has been diagnosed with a mental illness, or someone we care about has died by suicide. We hope that we can guide and lead you to the most relevant and reliable information about how mental illness and suicide can collide.

Statistics

How many people suffer from a mental illness? How many might die by suicide? Find out in this section.

Diagnosable Disorders and Suicide

There are many diagnosable disorders that are related to suicide. Here you can read about those disorders, everything from Mood Disorders (which includes Seasonal Affective Disorder, often referred to as SAD) to Adjustment Disorders, and the research related to suicide.

Comments

01/13/2020 at 8:43 AM
Kelly
Im new hear but am struggling with mental illness and suicidal. Im really not feeling strong mentally anymore. My body physically wont let me be a human being. Im hurting alk the time and i don't have the strength to keep going. Im forced because suicide or assisted suicide is a faux pas.
07/11/2019 at 1:08 AM
Kate
I don't know how to begin. But I am here and I think maybe this is a first step. I'm not sure how to feel here. Am I in the right place when concerning myself and my own suicidal thoughts?
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