Now I'm not exactly an established member here. Some of you know me, some of you don't, some of you know my story, those of you that don't there's a link in my sig. Now, I'm not saying I've been through a lot, but it's not been minor. However, when I compare my experiences with those of others, not just with other suicidal people but people I know both personally and through news stories, I can't help but feel like a bit of a fraud. I truly want to kill myself, and in my more self destructive moments I want to do much worse. But I look at how other people deal with their situations, how they pull through or don't attempt suicide or self harm and I feel like I have no right to be suicidal. I mean, if they can deal, why can't I? What makes me so special that I think I can get away with destroying my life and the damaging the lives of those around me? But it's more than that, it's also what right do I have to hold onto any of this anyway, surely it's all inconsequential? Why should I have to talk to a therapist, why should I call a help line, I'll just be wasting their time on my useless case, when I can't even handle a bit of a slap from a girl? Why should I make them waste their resources when there are so many other people more worthy of their time? That's how I feel, I was wondering if any of you felt anything similar?