I've been experiencing what is called 'suicidal ideation', I believe. I don't have any specific time-line to carry out a suicide attempt. When I bump into problems, I tend to create a mental list of possible solutions to what I'm facing. Recently suicide has been popping up on that list. I tended to get a little freaked out by that, push it away, and return to the problem at hand. More and more, suicide comes up in my mental lists, and I'm not as disturbed by its appearance anymore. It just seems to be a natural possible solution to any number of problems. I still look at it and say to myself, "That won't solve anything, this isn't big enough to kill yourself over, etc." Still, I wonder... I'd like some input on how dangerous this is. Do people that attempt suicide go through a process similar to this? Any other thoughts on the subject I would consider most welcome. Thanks for reading, and thanks in advance for the input.