In this brief blog, we will discuss the subject “Should I kill mysefl”

If you are considering killing yourself or harming yourself you should call 999 in the UK and 911 in the united states.

You can also contact Samaritans on 116 123 in the Uk. They are available 24 hours a day in the UK. You can visit their website here.

Should I kill myself?

No, I shouldn’t kill myself because the issues I think are big today will appear much smaller tomorrow.

No, I shouldn’t kill myself because I am running away from my fears and problem and need to garner the courage to face them and accept that I will beat them.

No, I shouldn’t kill myself as this will be the last memory my family and friends are left with and this may appear as such a horrible, selfish and difficult memory to leave my family with.

No, I shouldn’t kill myself because I might be suffering right now but I don’t know where I am going. I don’t know anyone who knows where I am going, I don’t know if I will like it, I don’t know if I would hate it, I don’t know if there will be anyone there for me.

No, I shouldn’t kill myself as all of the people depending on me will be left alone to deal with life issues without me.

No, I shouldn’t kill myself as I have gotten this far and beaten every issue and problem put in front of me and I am sure that I can conquer whatever I am dealing with right now.

No, I shouldn’t kill myself as I don’t know what the days ahead will look like and I am very curious as to what the future could potentially hold.

No, I shouldn’t kill myself as I haven’t achieved everything I need to achieve and I still have many dreams I want to see come through.

No, I Shouldn’t kill myself as I haven’t eaten all the lovely foods of the world.

No, I shouldn’t kill myself as I don’t have life insurance and this means my family members will be left with nothing in my estate if I die now. This means they could lose their mortgage.

No, I shouldn’t kill myself as I haven’t travelled around the world, I haven’t flown first class, I haven’t flown business class, I haven’t stayed in a five-star hotel and I haven’t driven the best cars.

No, I shouldn’t kill myself as there will be no one to look after my children.

No, I shouldn’t kill myself as there will be no one to look after my dogs or my cats or my other pets.

 Should I kill myself

No, I shouldn’t kill myself as there are so many people who care about me but  I am not aware.

No, I shouldn’t kill myself as there will be ni money to bury me and this will put a financial hardship on my family and friends.

No, I shouldn’t kill myself because I haven’t even had sex and don’t know what that feels like.

No, I shouldn’t kill myself as my boyfriend or girlfriend will be alone without me.

No, I shouldn’t kill myself as my daughters or sons will miss me and have no father or mother figure growing up and this is too much to bear.

No, I shouldn’t kill myself as I haven’t tried seeking help first from my friends and family.

No, I shouldn’t kill myself as I haven’t arranged my finances, written a will, looked into what happens to my mortgage or rent.

 Should I kill myself

No, I shouldn’t kill myself because I am loved and I need to remember this.

No, I shouldn’t kill myself because I am smart and I am able to learn from peoples mistakes and everyone who has attempted to kill themselves and failed has always spoken about how relieved and grateful they were that it didn’t work. 

No, I shouldn’t kill myself because my work colleagues will miss me and be very shocked, saddened and disappointed.

No, I shouldn’t kill myself as all the people I had plans with will feel horrible, neglected and I will feel as if I have disappointed them.

No, I shouldn’t kill myself because I haven’t spoken to anyone about how I am feeling and this may come as a huge shock to everyone around me.

No, I shouldn’t kill myself as this is against my religious values.

No, I shouldn’t kill myself as I won’t always feel like this, it is just temporary.

No, I shouldn’t kill my self, there are so many beautiful moments ahead of me and I want to experience them. 

 Should I kill myself

What to do if you are thinking of killing yourself?

When thinking of killing yourself, you may be faced with some very huge and complex decisions.

The reality is that your mind will be racing so fast that you won’t be able to help yourself, you won’t be able to think properly and you may not be able to break down and understand what you are truly going through.  

Taking a moment to slow down and consider what is happening, what is driving you to this point may help you reflect better. Consider speaking to someone, anyone, 999, 911, consider calling Samaritans, consider speaking to your counsellor or therapist, your friends, your family, a stranger.

Speak to anyone who may be interested in helping you as they could potentially give you more clarity on what you are going through and how to overcome it.

Speaking to Samaritans

Samaritans are known to have helped a lot of people who have come to this difficult moment of trying to kill themselves.

The Samaritans telephone line is open 24 hours a day. This means you can access the hotline at every single second of every year.

If you are feeling suicidal just give Samaritans a call on 116 123. You can find more information about calling Samaritans for help about feeling suicidal here.

If you can’t quite figure out what is happening or need help breaking it down further then Samaritans will be able to help you talk through things.

You may be sceptical about how talking could help you solve your problems but talking can indeed go a long way to helping you solve your problems.

If you are feeling desperate and on the edge then Samaritans can certainly help you make sense of it all.

Samaritans will also be able to help you understand other forms of help which may be available to you.

Are you suicidal?

It’s a worthwhile question as sometimes we can’t really tell how we are feeling.

If you are experiencing any of the below thoughts then a chat with Samaritans may be worth it:

  • You feel like you want to die
  • You feel like you have no more options
  • You have lost all hope or will
  • You want a solution to the nightmare you are having and can’t see any other way out but to kill yourself
  • You feel alone, betrayed, abandoned and just want to end that feeling
  • You aren’t really planning on killing yourself but you won’t mind it happening either
  • You feel out of control and you feel like many things in your life are now out of your control and you see death as the only way to regain control
  • You can’t quite figure out why you are having suicidal thoughts and you feel very powerless to help yourself

Will Samaritans stop you from killing yourself?

Samaritans will do all they can to show you that there is a more positive outcome and hope that you will not kill yourself. They will hope to get you to see things from a different and more positive viewpoint.

Of Course Samaritans will not enforce anything on you and you are free to make whatever decisions you feel are necessary, including the decision to end your life. Samaritans will respect whatever decision you make and will continue to talk to you even if you have made the decision to end your life.

 Should I kill myself

Will Samaritans tell anybody I’m suicidal?

No Samaritans will never disclose such information or even disclose that you ever called unless you ask them to.

The only exceptions to this are when Samaritans will call the emergency services. They will do this if:

You ask them to, and you’re unable to call for yourself

You’ve already told Samaritans your address, location or phone number, and then become incoherent or unconscious during the call

You’re in one of Samaritans branches, and you’ve harmed yourself in a way that puts you in danger at that time.

What if you don’t want to talk on the phone?

If you don’t want to talk on the phone then there are various other ways to contact Samaritans.

You could visit a branch

Write a letter

Chris

Freepost RSRB-KKBY-CYJK

PO Box 9090

STIRLING

FK8 2SA

Email Samaritans

If you are suffering from depression, anxiety, loneliness or any similar mental health issue then seeking help for it may be a good option. Mental health issues such as depression, loneliness and anxiety can affect anyone of us.

If you are under 18 then CAMHS, an NHS run programme may just be the answer for your mental health struggles.

You should look to see if you meet the CAMHS referral criteria and then fill in the CAMHS referral form.

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