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Suicide

Suicide, or the intentional killing of oneself, is more common than murder or killing in war. If someone talks about committing suicide, you need to take it seriously and either provide them emotional support yourself or refer them to others who can. Those who have lost loved ones and friends to suicide also need special support.

Join our online support group for people affected by suicide – both people who have considered it and for people whose loved ones have committed suicide.

 

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Asked By : nagalaxmi

Asked on : 02 Mar 2011   

now a days i am getting thoughts of death. I'll be in those thoughts for a long time until someone disturbs me . I'll be irritated and get angry on that person.Especially I'll be trying different types of medicines to die but till now there is no use.I'll be always searching internet for various medicines which are harmful.earlier i have consulted psychiatrist for headache and giddiness.i used to take the prescribed medicines all at a time .i have not visited psychiatrist again thinking that what he can do to this except giving me anti-depressants.which will not work for me for the above reason
by this am unable to concentrate on my studies within a month i have exams.i'll tried my level best to get rid of this thoughts but am unabl.can i get a help.waiting for the reply


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