I'm bi-polar and I attempted suicide by overdose two months ago. I took about twelve different psych meds, over a total of a hundred pills or so. I was unconscious for eighteen hours before someone found me. I aspirated my own vomit. I was rushed by ambulance to the ER and placed on a ventilator. I was in a coma for a month. My family was told I was going to die and if I didn't die, I would have brain damage. I can't begin to explain how awful the terrors were that I had when I was in a coma. I could hear the events around me, even the TV and my mind would manifest them into terrors. It's like your worst nightmare that you are unable to wake up from. When I woke up from the coma, I was still on the ventilator with a tube into my lungs and a feeding tube in my stomach as well as various other tubes in and out of different places. Getting to my point.... I was so happy to be alive, but as the weeks move on I find myself getting more depressed, dwelling on current and past problems, suicidal thoughts are creeping back, and I'm not sure what to do about it. Is this normal after an unsuccessful suicide attempt? Any advice?