My last message didn't make it through quarantine, so I'll word it another way. Suicide is effectively the ultimate 'escape' from things that are painful, or pointless. That's what the depressed brain tells us. Irony is, it is actually the complete opposite. I can guarantee you 100%, the minute you try suicide, and feel like your body is slipping away from you, you will learn the hard way: ceasing to exist is the worst thing that could ever happen. All the pain you felt in life will seem like a joke compared to the intense agony that comes during the process of dying. Some of you will be lucky to survive it (ie. some will have taken an overdose and will spend the next 48 hours puking their guts out). The not-so lucky ones will realise it too late. You have to remember: in this day & age, there actually is a way out. But it wasn't like that 100 years ago. Had you been around then, you would have been f***ed. Luckily, as I said before, today, there are a number of treatments you can take to actually make the problems go away. So, trust me, you need to swallow your pride, get your a** to the doctor's, and say that you need help as you have been feeling suicidal. They will prescribe you the appropriate treatments (therapy or drugs), or will do this through a specialist psychiatrist. If you have an underlying problem, like Chronic Depression, or perhaps Bipolar, they will spot it, and be able to help accordingly. So, you can either ignore what I've just said, and put everything in danger; or you can take the advice of someone (me) who attempted suicide twice 8 years ago, after fantasising about it for years on end.