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People say I am a bad person

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A lot of people say I’m a bad person i don’t know if I am is it better to kill yourself if you feel that way


Hello, thank you for your question,
You are telling us people say you are a bad person. You yourself aren’t sure, and you’re asking if you feel that you are a bad person, would it be better to kill yourself.
It takes courage to reach out and share such heavy thoughts and feelings. We want you to know that you are not alone in this. Many of us go through times where we question our worth and struggle with how others perceive us. It’s an incredibly tough place to be, and we are glad you reached out for support.
Feeling like you’re a bad person can be an overwhelming and isolating experience. It’s important to remember that our self-perception doesn’t always align with reality. Sometimes, the words and actions of others can deeply affect how we see ourselves, but it’s so important to question those perceptions and look for perspectives from people who genuinely care about you.
The idea of ending your life might feel like a way to escape the pain and confusion you’re experiencing, but we want to assure you that it’s not the answer. Suicide is a permanent solution to temporary problems, and it takes from you the chance to heal, to grow, and to experience happiness in the future. Your life is precious, and you deserve to find happiness and fulfilment. You may find this article helpful
If you ever feel unsafe or overwhelmed at home, please know that there are resources available to help you. You can contact the Gardaí at 999 or 112 for immediate assistance. Additionally, organisations like Childline are here for you, offering support and guidance around the clock. You are never alone in your struggles, and there are people who want to help you through through this challenging time. You can free phone us at 1800 66 66 66 or Live Chat with us through 24/7, we never close. You can talk confidentially and without judgment.
We encourage you to reach out to trusted friends, family members, or mental health professionals who can offer you support. Talking about your feelings and looking for help is a brave and important step toward healing. You are worthy of love, understanding, and support, and we believe that brighter days are ahead for you. is another organisation which offers support for those experiencing suicidal ideation. You can get in touch through their website above or phone them at 1800 247 247 or text HELP to 51444.
Please take care of yourself, and know that you are valued and deserving of kindness. Remember, Childline is here for you any time, for any reason,

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