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Being bullied into harm?

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Causeway

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I'm really struggling at the moment.

I don't know if a specific group (can't get specific as it'd make me very identifiable and can't handle that) are deliberately bullying me or if they're trying to gaslight me, knowing I'm ill, or if it's all in my head?

Over the last two years, they've managed not only to get into my private life (from my work life) and wreck everything.

I'm nearly £2k in debt (not the worst but all due to them) and about to lose my home for the second time because there's been "a mistake".

These "mistakes" seem far too "organised". They insist it's always a coincidence, but two years of "coincidences"? Nobody else seems to have had the same experience.

There seem to be two people leading it, they only ever email - no phone or office number so there's no way to speak to them directly. Very unusual.

Recently, all had been quiet - things had been resolved in February but today they've struck again. When I've become physically very ill.

I keep trying to find out what they need to resolve this while I'm unable to get in to the office but they've cut off my access so I can't do anything. They're literally forcing me deeper into debt because I'm stranded until I either get better or they decide to resolve.

I feel like they've found out that I recently attempted suicide and are attempting to bully me into doing this again, or to start self-harming again. It feels like the only way to stop them.

I'm meeting with someone to help with this (and under care of crisis team) later this week but it feels so pointless because it's almost like I'm being bullied into hurting myself or worse and there's nothing I can do to stop them.

How do you turn your brain off when you can't stop this?
 
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one good way to overcome suicidal thoughts is with approved medication. going to some authority is also a way to help stop bullies.
 
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I'm really struggling at the moment.

I don't know if a specific group (can't get specific as it'd make me very identifiable and can't handle that) are deliberately bullying me or if they're trying to gaslight me, knowing I'm ill, or if it's all in my head?

Over the last two years, they've managed not only to get into my private life (from my work life) and wreck everything.

I'm nearly £2k in debt (not the worst but all due to them) and about to lose my home for the second time because there's been "a mistake".

These "mistakes" seem far too "organised". They insist it's always a coincidence, but two years of "coincidences"? Nobody else seems to have had the same experience.

There seem to be two people leading it, they only ever email - no phone or office number so there's no way to speak to them directly. Very unusual.

Recently, all had been quiet - things had been resolved in February but today they've struck again. When I've become physically very ill.

I keep trying to find out what they need to resolve this while I'm unable to get in to the office but they've cut off my access so I can't do anything. They're literally forcing me deeper into debt because I'm stranded until I either get better or they decide to resolve.

I feel like they've found out that I recently attempted suicide and are attempting to bully me into doing this again, or to start self-harming again. It feels like the only way to stop them.

I'm meeting with someone to help with this (and under care of crisis team) later this week but it feels so pointless because it's almost like I'm being bullied into hurting myself or worse and there's nothing I can do to stop them.

How do you turn your brain off when you can't stop this?
Could you choose an alternative email address?

Keep evidence of the bullying, from my own experience you will be taken more seriously by the police for example if you have evidence of either the written or spoken word. Keep a diary of dates, times, see if you can identify a pattern to their behaviour.
Professional help might be useful too.
 
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