I want to die at age 15 help me !
Help me I feel all alone I just want my life to be over soon I can't take it any longer
Hey Wendy! While your submission is very short, it is very impactful. Clearly you are at the end of your rope, feeling hopeless, desperate and alone. I am so sorry!
Clearly you are depressed, at the very least, and you need some support. I wish I were there to give you a huge hug. It sounds like you could really use it, Wendy.
Many people suffering with depression feel hopeless, empty, and even suicidal. It is a very painful feeling to live with so I can understand your desire to die. However, please remember that there is hope! You can and will feel better once you get the proper diagnosis and treatment!
15 is such a difficult age. I remember hating life at that age too. Your trying to fit in with others while, at the same time, trying to discover your own individuality - who you really are as a person. Know that you are unique and that you are special! Everyone has something amazing within them. Something that, when untapped, will allow them to be vibrant, energetic and full of life! You, Wendy, can find that amazing, vibrant woman inside of you with
a little help.
I'd recommend that you reach out to a professional who can meet with you, understand what is going on and develop an appropriate course of action to help you heal. There is hope! You can and will beat this! Believe in yourself! Have faith that "this too shall pass". Get help and you will finally be happy again. Don't give up, Wendy.
Here is a hotline you can call in the UK. They will speak with you and can guide you to other helpful resources:CHILDLINE (young person or child helpline)
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Website: http://www.childline.org.uk/SupportLine Telephone Helpline: 020 8554 9004 (Helpline), email email@example.com
- Confidential emotional support to Children Young People and Adults. Also keeps details of agencies, support groups and counsellors throughout UK.Manic Depression Fellowship: 0845 634 0540, email firstname.lastname@example.org, www.mdf.org.uk
- Advice and information for people with manic depression and their families, carers and mental health professionals. Supply a range of information leaflets, books and tapes. Network of self help groups for people with manic depression, relatives and friends. Self management training programme.UNITED KINGDOM
Tel: 08457 90 90 90 (National number charged at local call rates)
Minicom/textphone: 08457 90 91 92
To find a local center in the UK, you can go to HERE