No, don't do that! Suicide is not the answer. It will accomplish nothing.
I don't know you or what your problem is, but I can assure you that there is a better option. Everyday you wake up is another chance to improve things, but you can't do that if your dead, can you? You have your entire life ahead of you, don't let it end like this. Be strong and move on past this obstacle.
I felt like committing suicide before, plenty of times I used to even cut myself and I would dream of running away. I have a counselor now but I do get those feelings every now and then and it sucks I know! But are you really going to give up that easily?
So you want to die? The easy way out? Life isn't easy but death isn't fun, its not like a video game once you're dead you don't come back and think about the people who will miss you. Sure it feels like they won't they will, I felt like they wouldn't before but now I know the truth. Even the kids who use to bully me would be upset.
Its not worth dying for this, if you think you have serious problem like depression go to a psychiatrist or somebody and see if you have depression. Find things that can cheer you up like exercise (it helps release anger and stress) Karate even helps. Do what ever you can to get this feeling out but make sure you don't get hurt.
Another thing to do is to just cry, let it out, holding it inside makes it worse and when you're done crying, breath and eat something sweet, then get some rest. It helps.
I understand about three months ago I had a bad melt down and its still kind of haunting me but its good to know that you're okay...if something comes up again you can always message me for advise if you'd like
be thankful people actually posted something, if you didn't want attention then why did you say something? Since you obviously listened and didn't kill yourself then at least thank us for caring about a total and complete stranger. I don't even know you and I actually commented! but you're welcome, we're glad we might have helped.
We have our ups and downs... When I was 14, I felt like the whole world was against me, more than anything I feared that people will find out who I really am and they will hate me for it and take away everything... I thought by the time I'm 20, I'll definitely off myself... I'm 21, and I'm happier than ever... So don't do it, it will get better... Find a good therapist, talk to a friend... If all else fails, you can message me, I have a good ear, or so I was told, not that I'm bragging... well, I kinda am, the point is... It won't feel like this all the time... It will get better, you'll see
Oh dear, I am glad I came across this post because I want nothing more than to help you and make sure you are safe. I can certainly relate to you, I have been struggling with manic depression since I was a young kid, so I know that feeling of just wanting to give up - like your mind and body is some sort of cage. I also know that feeling of therapists (and psychiatrists, on my part) just shooting you down - kinda makes me wonder why the hell they do that for a living, eh? You are more than welcome to send a note if you would like to talk more in-depth, I do not mind at all. Your life, as well as everyone else's, is important and I want to make sure you know that. There is a great chat that I use at crisischat.org, definitely check that out. Those volunteers are really good at what they do and they are there to help you. If you do not mind talking to someone on a phone, call a hotline. Those people are there to help you, not judge you or get you into trouble.
Even your therapist shot you down? Sorry I have to mention this to you kid, but so few care in the first place. As long as you schedule appointments with them and they prescribe you medication and make money off of you, they're happy.
Here's a fact of life, trust can be only given with a grain of salt. Reason being is that other people don't want to be in your shoes or be burdened with your problems when the chips are down. Not to mention everyone is flawed, if I had a nickel for every time I wanted to kick a friend in the face for being shady, I think I would retire.
I don't mean to be a buzz kill, but take it from a guy who lost a lot because he didn't know how to handle a good portion of his problems. This is not something worth killing yourself over, in the end you will be stronger and problems like these won't hurt as much anymore.
Don't commit suicide. Keep in mind that when you do, you're done. You're gone forever, and you can't come back. It may all seem bad now, but one day, it will be bright. Remember. “Life is like a rainbow. You need both the sun and the rain to make its colors appear.”