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How Do I Get my Mom to Stop Fighting with Me?

From a teen in the U.S.: My dad sometimes goes to trips outside the state so it’s just me and my mom. I’ve always noticed that if she can’t see something, she doesn’t believe in it. So when I tell her a problem that she can’t see, she ignores it. Like my severe back problem, my continuous cold, my headaches, sudden pain in the body, etc. I do everything for her. Everything she asks for I do it. I care for her when she’s ill. I wish that she showed me such love. Recently, my mom had bought me sho...
Tags: General, Parenting, Suicide, Relationships, Communication, Anxiety, Medical issues, Therapy, Anger Management, Teen Issues, Parenting & Children, Adolescence


I Hurt My Cat

I remember my dad raped me in the kitchen and i blacked out because i couldn’t breathe. it was very sudden. i hated him. after he did that then other men would use me. they stopped because i’m just the filth what’s left. wish i’d still be used by someone, because i don’t like being nothing. i killed my pets, gerbils and hamsters, when young, a kid, maybe 7 I tried to get the dog to give me a bj. does this mean that i am evil? even now i find myself being cruel to my cat.would i hurt my girlfrien...
Tags: Family, General, Sexual Assault, Suicide, Therapy, Teen Issues, Abuse, Trauma, Rape, Child Sex Abuse, Grief & Loss, Traumatic Memories, Hurting animals, Viktor Frankl Dr Frankl


I Keep Getting Thoughts & Visions about Killing People

This has been going on for 3-4 months now. I keep getting visions and thoughts about killing people and I have no clue why. When I get these I feel a rush and it makes me feel good. I know this makes me sound crazy. I even get thoughts about killing family members not just random people. Please help me out. If I could interview you, I would want to know what is happening in your life. Did something change? Are you feeling stressed and anxious or upset about anything in particular? Are you a vict...
Tags: Psychology, Family, General, Suicide, Therapy, Teen Issues, Abuse, Homicidal Thoughts, Homicidal Ideation, Violence, Grief & Loss, Violent Fantasies


Perfectionism is on the rise – and we're all paying the cost

A study of 41,641 college students shows that perfectionism is increasing year after year.Along with perfectionist tendencies, researchers noted a symmetrical rise in anxiety, depression, and suicide. The study looks not at parental influence, but at neoliberal policies that have fostered a cult of individualism. None Should we really be surprised by a study entitled, "Perfectionism Is Increasing Over Time?" Though written in 2017, this research from Thomas Curran and Andrew P. Hill was recently...
Tags: Psychology, Motivation, UK, Suicide, Failure, Happiness, America, Depression, Innovation, Derek, Hill, Curran, Thomas Curran, Andrew P Hill, American Psychological Association Though


Homicidal Thoughts & Ideations Are Becoming Intrusive & Common

I know the site has many articles on this but I feel like it may be different somehow. I have had homicidal thoughts from a young age, I am 14 now, but just about two months ago they started to become very common and sometimes intrusive, or at least more than before. I was hospitalized for suicide attempts and excessive self-harm in March so some people think this may be the cause of it. These thoughts are not disturbing to me, rather I enjoy them. I think of things like abusing people, what it ...
Tags: Family, Suicide, Therapy, Anger Management, Teen Issues, Abuse, Homicidal Thoughts, Trauma, Homicidal Ideation, Self Harm, Violence, Adolescence


Teenage girl takes her own life after Instagram poll results tell her to

A 16-year-old girl in Malaysia took her own life on Tuesday after conducting an Instagram poll to decide whether she should live or die. Reportedly, 69% of people had voted for “die,” which reportedly prompted the teen to end her life. According to multiple sources, the girl posted a poll reading: “Really important, help me […] The post Teenage girl takes her own life after Instagram poll results tell her to appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Instagram, Suicide, Social Media, Teen, Malaysia


Actor Who Choked Paris Jackson Dead After Jumping Off Bridge, Leaves Instagram Note Apologizing to Trump & Jesus

The actor who allegedly choked Paris Jackson last year and accused Seth Green and Steven Spielberg of pedophilia has tragically jumped to his death.Isaac Kappy died by suicide after jumping off a bridge in Bellemont, Arizona and onto Interstate 40 on May 13th. Upon jumping, he was hit by a Ford pick-up truck. He was 42.Two teen passersby pulled over and attempted to physically restrain Kappy from jumping, but were unable to do so. No one else was hurt in the incident.The Arizona Department of Pu...
Tags: Celebs, Suicide, Green, Ford, Paris, Pop Culture, Jazz, Jesus, Jackson, Steven Spielberg, Trump, Judas Iscariot, Judas, Seth Green, Arizona Department of Public Safety, Paris Jackson


Common Signs of Someone Who May Be Suicidal

About 70 percent of people who commit suicide give some sort of verbal or nonverbal clue about their intention to end their life. That means you could be in a position to guide someone to get help before they commit the one action that can never be taken back. While 30,000 Americans die each year due to suicide, more than 800,000 Americans attempt suicide. Although women attempt suicide three times as often as men, men are four times more likely to be successful in their attempt. Warning signs...
Tags: Psychology, General, Suicide, Disorders, Depression, Suicidal Thoughts, Mental Health And Wellness, Don, National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, Depression Support


I’m Not Sure if What I’m Experiencing Is Considered Normal

Hello, just to give some background, I’ve self-harmed and have gone to the hospital because of my injuries before. Ever since I was very young I’ve had strong urges to harm living things and even myself. I seem to like all things involving pain harm and blood. I’ve harmed myself several times in the past but not usually for suicidal tendencies but for fun, I try my best not to anymore. The thing that also concerns me is the fact I have terrible nightmares and very long and strange dreams/nightma...
Tags: General, Suicide, Depression, Anxiety, Therapy, Self-esteem, Teen Issues, Self Harm, Nightmares, Hallucinations


Consumed by Certain Fantasies and Lack of Empathy

Recently I have been consumed by certain fantasies and lack of empathy. When I see people in the street I wonder what it would be like to kill them(mostly out of boredom), and I have thought of ways I would do it – I’m particularly intrigued by poison or psychologically engineering a suicide because it’s quite passive(not violent/bloody). However, I don’t think I would ever do anything to hurt anyone, to be honest, I think 1) out of laziness and 2) I would want to be 100% sure I would get away w...
Tags: Psychology, England, Suicide, Fantasy, Empathy, Anxiety, Therapy, Self-esteem, Personality, Abuse, Intrusive Thoughts, Psychopathology, OCD


Hope Contagion: 13 Reasons Why It’s Time to Change Direction

There are so many reasons more, but let’s start with 13. As we can argue all day about if suicide contagion is “real”, yet why not focus on Hope? Our goal is to come up with a Hope contagion, and we need your help to make it possible. The reasons why we need to change direction to hope, now, are endless. We compiled many statistics on hopelessness , and as you will see they are shocking. But instead of focusing on the statistics, let’s just look at the news. The college entrance scandal, t...
Tags: Psychology, Suicide


How Should Managers Deal With Workplace Suicides?

Bad things do happen and managers need to know how to deal with them Image Credit: pieter musterd So let’s face it. Talking about someone ending their own life is never a pleasant discussion. However, as a manager you need to be prepared to deal with this kind of event if someone on your team decides to take their own life. If we can step away from the hard and cold fact that you will now have to replace someone on your team, you need to understand that when somebody commits suicide, it’s g...
Tags: Productivity, Leadership, Workplace, Suicide, Careers, Guilt, Anger, Matt Lauer, Jim Anderson, Warning Signs, Traumatic, Suicide Rate, Counselors, Ending Lives, Sudden


Telecom Giant Orange on Trial in France After 19 Employees Died by Suicide

Orange, a French telecom giant, is being sued for moral harassment, among other charges, after 19 employees died by suicide and another 12 attempted to kill themselves over a three-year span. Over 100 people have claimed work culture at the company, contributed to employees’ mental health issues.Read more...
Tags: Science, France, Suicide, Mental Health, Telecom, Telecom Giant Orange on Trial


Preventing Youth Suicide: Strategies That Work

American children are taking their own lives at an alarming rate. Over 7 percent of high school students say they engaged in non-fatal suicidal behavior, while 17 percent say they seriously considered suicide within the previous year, according to a nationwide survey . For children under 15, the prevalence of death by suicide nearly doubled from 2016 to 2017. Considering these sobering statistics, it’s no surprise that suicide has become the second leading cause of death for youth betwee...
Tags: Psychology, Parenting, Suicide, Communication, Depression, Children And Teens, Alyssa, National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, National Children 's Mental Health, Youth Shelter Services, Grafton Integrated Health Network


Biglaw Partner Stresses That You Need Not ‘Suffer In Silence’ With Depression

Seek and accept help. Death by suicide is not the answer.
Tags: Law, Suicide, Mental Health, Sally Yates, Biglaw, Health / Wellness, Quote Of The Day, John Kelley Quillian


When Not Minding Your Own Business Is Not Enough

When it comes to mental health, keep reaching out. Keep not minding your own business. Keep stepping outside your comfort zone.
Tags: Law, Suicide, Deaths, Health / Wellness, Brian Cuban, The Addicted Lawyer, Andy Krasfur


How Do I Deal with Boyfriend’s Problems?

From the U.S.: I have been with my partner (that’s just what I’ll call him, we’re too emotionally attached to just say friend at this point), for about ten years now. We basically grew together, and have been through a lot. Throughout the years, he has decided to leave (about 3 times over the span of ten years) without really giving any reason why. He just kind of ghosted. When I was younger, this would drive me crazy. I would feel dead inside. I was really attached. Every time it hurt. He had c...
Tags: General, Suicide, Relationships, Depression, Anxiety, Therapy, Borderline, Dating, Irrational Beliefs, Suicidal Gesture


Man leaps to death from West LA construction crane, closing Metro Expo Line station

LOS ANGELES — A man committed suicide Thursday by jumping from a crane at a construction site in West Los Angeles. Police were called to the 2400 block of Sepulveda Boulevard, near Exposition Boulevard at 9:55 a.m., said Officer Drake Madison of the Los Angeles Police Department. The man, in his 30s, died at the scene, the coroner’s office reported. His name was withheld, pending notification of his relatives. Due to the resulting investigation, the adjacent Metro Sepulveda/Expo Station was clos...
Tags: Suicide, La, Uncategorized, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Glendale, Chatsworth, Metro, Los Angeles Police Department, West Los Angeles, Drake Madison, Exposition Boulevard, Sepulveda Boulevard, Top Stories LADN, Metro Sepulveda Expo Station


Does ’13 Reasons Why’ Increase Suicide Rates?

Conflicting research released last month gave us a very unclear answer about whether simply watching or being exposed to a television show about teen suicide — Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why (13RW) — results in an increase in actual teen suicide in real life. One study found a correlation (not a causal relationship) between the two, while another study found declines in suicidal thoughts and self-harm behaviors. So what’s the real story? 13 Reasons Why is a Netflix television series that explores t...
Tags: Psychology, General, Students, Suicide, Netflix, United States, Policy and advocacy, University of Pennsylvania, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Mental Health And Wellness, Children And Teens, 13 Reasons Why, Suicidal, National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, Romer, Scherr


Why Would Something that Happened When I Was 11 Still Bother Me Sometimes Today?

When I was 11 I found out that my brother had depression apparently he was even thinking about suicide. By parents were mad at me because somehow an 11 year old was suppose to know what to do. They missed the signs too. That night I cried myself to sleep because I was scared I didn’t understand what was going on with my brother or if he was going to be okay. He changed. I thought it was my fault. Anyways, sometimes these feelings arise when he does things like tell me he doesn’t want to be alive...
Tags: Family, General, Suicide, Relationships, Depression, Therapy, Teen Issues, Grieving, Jonestown


Netflix Responds to Data Connecting 13 Reasons Why With Rise In Teen Suicides

13 Reasons Why, a Netflix show exploring why its protagonist died by suicide, has sparked debate among the research community as to whether it contributed to an uptick in suicide rates. Netflix CEO Reed Hastings responded to this indictment after the first season, simply stating that “ .” But…Read more...
Tags: Science, Suicide, Netflix, Reed Hastings, 13 Reasons Why


Study: Teen Suicide Rate Spiked in Month After ’13 Reasons Why’s’ Release

A new study found that an increase in suicide rates among U.S. boys age 10-17 in April 2017 correlates with the release of Netflix’s “13 Reasons Why” in 2017. The show depicts a teenage girl’s suicide following the recovery of a box of cassette tapes she left behind detailing the 13 reasons why she decided […]
Tags: News, Suicide, Netflix, 13 Reasons Why


Social media firms agree to work with UK charities to set online harm boundaries

Social media giants, including Facebook -owned Instagram, have agreed to financially contribute to UK charities to fund them making recommendations that the government hopes will speed up decisions about removing content that promotes suicide/self-harm or eating disorders on their platforms. The development follows the latest intervention by health secretary Matt Hancock, who met with representatives from the Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, Google and others yesterday to discuss...
Tags: Google, Social, Facebook, Europe, UK, England, Pinterest, Instagram, Internet, Suicide, Social Media, Tech, Eating Disorders, Self Harm, Digital Media, United Kingdom


Guideposts for Surviving a Loved One’s Suicide

We don’t have conversations about the power and beauty of this crucible in our culture, as we tend to squash down negative feelings and push ourselves to get back to work. That moment. The heartbreaking, life-altering moment that you find out someone you love has taken their own life is one you will never forget. Twice in the last month, I’ve had friends experience that moment. I lived through that moment five years ago, and have been forever changed by it. Suicide has been in the news lately...
Tags: Psychology, Grief, Cdc, Suicide, Los Angeles, Trauma, Grief And Loss, Publishers, Anthony Bourdain, Spirituality & Health, Neustadter, Sarah Neustadter, Grieving Process, Surviving Suicide, Surviving Trauma, Robin Williams Kate Spade


Cop uses tragic death of queer teen to crack joke on Facebook. The internet remembers forever.

Madison County Deputy Jeff Graves is the living definition of deplorable.
Tags: Bullying, Suicide, Life, Lifestyle, Alabama, High School, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Jeff Graves, Nigel Shelby


Fantasizing About Killing Someone All the Time

Hey, So I think there’s something very wrong with me, I fantasize about killing all the time. Recently I’m obsessed with the story of another killer and I’ve abused animals in the past to take my anger out on something other than myself. I had a very traumatic childhood being given up by my mum who couldn’t look after me for her own mental problems which I still hate her for deep down, in and out of care all my life. Forced to do sexual things. Its destroyed me, I have no emotion or guilt for ab...
Tags: Suicide, Abuse, Violence, Violent Fantasies, Psychopathy, Homicidal Fantasies


These 4 Signs Of Despair Are Rising In Middle-Aged

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Tags: Psychology, Suicide, Jeremy Dean, Signs Of Despair


"The massive search for Sol Pais is over. She is dead from possible self-inflicted wounds..."

"The 18-year-old female suspect was on the run after after making threats that led to the closure of school for more than half a million students on Colorado’s Front Range Wednesday.... The 18-year-old was from Florida and made some comments about the Columbine shooting on April 20, 1999, that apparently caused great concern. She was apparently 'infatuated with the perpetrators of Columbine.' Authorities haven’t said exactly what she said, and it’s not clear if those comments were made before or...
Tags: Florida, Murder, Law, Colorado, Suicide, Denver, Columbine, Ann Althouse, Columbine Authorities


Officials ID shooter in suspected Chatsworth murder-suicide

CHATSWORTH — Authorities Tuesday identified a man who police say fatally shot his wife and himself in their Chatsworth home, where the couple’s two young children were found more than three days after their parents’ deaths. The children, a toddler and an infant, were not physically injured but “were admitted to a local area hospital for observation,” according to the Los Angeles Police Department. Related Articles $20,000 reward offered for clues in the killing of a 76-year-o...
Tags: News, Shooting, Suicide, Sport, Soccer, Mother, Homicide, Chatsworth, Local News, Lapd, Arcadia, Jones, Medina, Hawthorne, Temecula, Tony Medina


Mental Health experts to hold frank conversation about suicide at Soka University

The trajectory of Alison Malmon’s life changed on March 24, 2000 — the day her brother, Brian, took his life at age 22. For Malmon, who later learned how deeply her brother had struggled with mental illness during his four years in college, facilitating open conversations about mental illness and suicide on high school and college campuses became a life goal. In 2003, she launched Active Minds, a Washington D.C.- based nonprofit, which now has 500 student-run chapters in all 50 states, primarily...
Tags: News, Washington, Suicide, Sport, Soccer, Brian, Kate Spade, Southern California, Anthony Bourdain, Aliso Viejo, Kay Redfield Jamison, Jamison, RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Malmon, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories OCR