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We are looking at policies that can break down stigma, offer earlier assistance and intervention and in turn combat the UK's suicide crisis— Mental Health: YHP (@YHPmentalhealth) March 30, 2016
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Life is such a battle and I'm really jealous. You all seem to be winning. With a smile too. - Life is a battle : My blog from August 2015
When we compare who I am today, to where I was around the time of my suicide attempt last June, I am very much on the road to recovery. Yet, I still have episodes where I want to die. They don't have quite the impact they used to but I've grown so accustomed I don't even think to mention them. It made me look back through my blog at how suicidal I have felt and why I keep planning for my own death. To quote that post: "Suicide is the only way I can take control. It is the only way I can decide how tall that cliff face is." For the most part, it is still true but not as intense a drive - more controllable.
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Depression doesn't always have a reason; It can occur without triggers. Don't make people feel bad for having depression💙@RespectYourself— ANXIETY (@anxietyhelp369) April 1, 2016