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how many do you have?

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TLA

Antiquitie's Friend
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A number of factors can put someone at a higher risk for suicide in the short term, including:
· an episode of depression, psychosis, or anxiety
· a significant loss, such as the death of a spouse or the loss of a job
· loss of social support, for example, because of a move or when a close friend relocates
· a personal crisis or life stress, especially one that increases a sense of isolation or leads to a loss of self-esteem, such as a separation or divorce
· an illness or taking medication that triggers a change in mood.

I found the above on a site.
I have all of the factors present in my life. I feel I am on the edge looking over the cliff into the pretty waves below. All I need is a whif of wind at my back to start me into my fall. I need to be able to grab someones hand to stop me. WHY oooo WHY can't I stop myself? :sad:

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hatelife

Active Member
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so far i have seen plenty of hands on this site willing to be the thing that you can turn to. reach out to one and fingers crossed you take some steps back from this cliff into the right direction.
 
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