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Very suicidal

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I GOT TOLD TO KILL MYSELF, IM VERY SUICIDAL AND VERY ANGRY, WHY WONT ANYONE CARE?? -WHAT DO I DO?

Answer

Hi there,

First, we want to say how brave you are for reaching out and sharing your feelings. It can be incredibly difficult to open up about what you’re going through, and it’s a big step towards getting the support you need. We’re truly sorry to hear that you’re feeling this way. Remember, you are not alone, and there are people who care about you and want to help. 
 
 
When someone says hurtful things like telling you to kill yourself, it can deeply affect your emotions and make you feel very isolated. It’s important to talk to someone you trust, like a family member, teacher, or friend, about what you’re experiencing. They can provide you with support and help you with these difficult emotions. If you’re ever feeling suicidal at home, please contact emergency services at 999 or 112.
 
 
If these feelings become overwhelming, presenting yourself to the nearest Emergency Department (ED) can be an important step. Medical professionals there can provide immediate help and support. Additionally, organisations like Pieta (www.Pieta.ie) are dedicated to helping individuals with suicidal thoughts. They can offer specialised support and counselling.
 
 
For ongoing mental health support, Jigsaw (www.Jigsaw.ie) and Aware (www.Aware.ie) are fantastic resources that offer a variety of services for young people. It’s also helpful to keep in mind that talking to a trusted person can make a huge difference. They can listen, offer comfort, and help you find the right resources.
 
 
You are never alone. The Childline team is here for you, ready to support you and explore your options together. We are open 24 hours a day, every day. You can contact us for free at 1800 66 66 66, or chat with us via Messenger at www.Childline.ie by clicking on the purple chat icon. The services are anonymous, confidential and non-judgmental.
 
 
Please remember, your feelings are valid, and help is always available. Reach out – there are people who care and want to support you. Look after yourself,
Alex
 

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