Suicide is not the answer

Suicide is Not The Answer

This generation is getting worse and worse with how we talk to each other. We degrade and harass. Especially girls. I was bullied all throughout High School and trust me, I thought about suicide more times than one. But trust me when I tell you that it is NEVER the answer. Life is a precious and beautiful thing. I know that some situations are so hard to get through and it feels like it will never get better. but trust me when I tell you that it does. I have a little sister and I wish she would listen to me when I tell her to focus on her schoolwork and let everything else be.

The people who are popular and who make fun of now will never be in your life again once you graduate and leave. I thought I was never going to get away from the people who bullied me. But guess what? I’ve been out of school for almost six months and I feel so much better about myself and about everything that has happened to me. I am grateful that I never used that blade or pulled that trigger. Trust me when I say that no one is ever truly worthless or alone. Everyone has at least one person who loves of cares for them. It may be someone that is too shy to talk to you.

It may be a teacher or a neighbor or a co-worker. There is someone who would be crushed. And even if you think you don’t have anyone then you’re wrong. Because I cry every time I hear about a beautiful, smart, funny and gifted young girl that has made the decision to end her life. I care for you all. Even if I don’t know you. Even if I don’t know you exist. I still love you. You are still my sister. I would still do anything for you. Because human life means so much to me. There is no reason a young woman or man for that matter should feel like there is no other way.

It’s beautiful human life that is being wasted and we need to help stop it. We need to stop it today.

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National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

We are a 24-hour completely confidential prevention hotline available to anyone in suicidal crisis or emotional distress. Your call will be routed to the nearest crisis center in a national network of more than 150 crisis centers. Additionally, the Lifeline’s national network of local crisis centers provides crisis counseling and mental health referrals day and night.

Call us Toll-Free at 1-800-273-TALK (8255)


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