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Dapreshion and hopelessness

Dapreshion and hopelessness

Hello my name is amanda I recently tried to kill myself and three days after my boyfriend left me he said he was tired of the crazy ride and he blocked my number. I've been so very depressed since then and I haven't been able to eat. Evertime I eat it comes right back up or I have diarrhea . All I think about is him but it like I never existed. What should I do?

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This guy wasn't the right one. To leave you at such a critical time in your life means you didn't need him. Are you able to get help or understand what you wanted to end your life?

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Above commentor is correct. If he loved you he would never have left you at such a bad time. Do you have support of parents, siblings, or anyone else? God let you survive yourself for a good reason. He's merciful and gracious. Seek him for love ultimately. Love God, it is the first commandment. Love your neighbor as yourself second. You must love yourself before you can love others...He said I will never leave you nor forsake you. He cares for us-- sending his only son to die for our sins as proof, so that we could really live, forever. Born again: Acts 2:38 Acts 22:16 Mark 16:16 Galatians 3:27 Revelation 1:5 Repent and be baptized, everyone of you, in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins, and you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit.

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Hi Amanda, I would say first thing: you need to visit with your dr to see if he/she would recommend a therapist...unless you are able to find one on your own... At this point in time, its not a matter or 'right or wrong'...but very important that you talk with a professional who can help you sort things out... Please never think that the 'answer' would be: if he would come back to me I would be ok...no....you would not, and HE is not the 'answer'.... Please do this for YOURSELF and to honor the good self that you ARE.... and be very honest and upfront with a therapist. I honestly don't think you can manage this on your own... please seek the help that you deserve. Best wishes!

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I agree with the previous comment. The guy who left you cannot feel the voids in your life. Seeking the Holy Spirit will help with those voids. I don't know where you are in your faith. But please start there and yes having supportive nonjudgmental friends or resources will help.

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