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Tired of being tired

Countrygirl32
Countrygirl32

So yesterday I wrote on here for the first time ever.. I've never done anything like this b4. I told my therapist about it and she seems to think it's a good idea to share my feelings.. so today I decided to share again that I'm ready to close my eyes and never get up again. I'm ready to die.. I told my therapist this as well and she made me promise that I will make it to out next session.. I did. But sometimes I feel like I dont know if I can keep that promise.. I want to keep it but at the same time I'm tired of being tired and I'm ready to close my eyes and say goodbye.. as I'm writing this I am crying because I feel this isnt normal and I'm just an idiot.. I dont know if I'm repeating my last post or not but thought I'd share how I'm feeling today with people who dont know me....

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please make it through to the next session. these feeling are hard to cope with sometimes but getting to the other end is worthwhile.

it's good that you're sharing and getting some help so thanks for posting

I am not qualified to help you I'd say but have you thought about the things you enjoyed in the past and are you able to maybe try them again? Don't put yourself down and crying is perfectly natural. Life can always improve give the whole thing a chance

countrygirl

If you find hanging around is problematic, call NHS Information Line on Tel 111 and explain how you are feeling they can help

Suicide is not the answer, those we leave behind can Grieve and never get over the lose. Not only that they feel anger and strong resentment of the suicides actions. In some ways they are perplexed by your actions and will asking themselves why you found it so difficult to talk out Your problems

My attempt was in a way frightening and my Wife still has not forgiven me for my actions.

It can also cause problems for those we love, they also will feel the same as mentioned above

BOB

Hi Countrygirl32, Welcome to this caring forum where you will receive support from other members who will understand how you are feeling, so please keep posting on here. I am sorry to hear that things are so difficult for you. It is good that you feel able to share your feelings on here. Have you discussed how you are feeling with your family doctor? He/she is able to help and support you through this difficult time. Please continue with the therapy as this will also help you. As Zoea has posted, it may help you to think about the things you have enjoyed in the past and try them again?

We care about you on this community and our members will try and support you as much as we can. Please remember that you are not alone. In the meantime, if you are in the UK and are feeling distressed, please call--

The Samaritans Freephone 116 123 [24 hour helpline] 7 days a week.

If you live outside of the UK and are distressed, please have a look at the Crisis Support Helplines on the pinned posts section of the screen.

Please keep posting on this caring forum and take care.

Thank you and best wishes,.

Don't let this beat you. Your life is precious we all care about you. There is light at end of tunnel

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