Suciadal Thoughts: Warning

Yellowbrickbridge

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How to deal with them? I know I'm going to self harm soon and I don't want to go back to the hospital. I keep feeling like SHing, I can't seem to feel content ever and I feel hopeless again, why does it happen like this in waves I know the psychosis is coming back and I'm scared again.

I can't go back to the mental health team its so embarrassing and hard to deal with, I could do with someone who loves me but I know I don't have that either. The majority of deaths of under 50 males is suicide and I can feel it coming.

I have things to live for but the mood swings are hard to deal with, it feels like everything I do has consequences and I know I'm in recovery but the hard things like taking A shower or relaxing are impossible.

Anyway I'm hesitant to post this but it feels like a weight off the chest,

Jonny
 
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Hi Jonny, thank you for your post :) Have you spoken to anyone about this (e.g. your doctor etc.)? When we are struggling, it is important we regulate our sleep, and eating patterns... for example a consistent 8 hours sleep, three meals, all at consistent times... have you also tried taking time for yourself, like relaxing in a quiet room all alone, and clearing your mind...
 
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Hi Jonny, thank you for your post :) Have you spoken to anyone about this (e.g. your doctor etc.)? When we are struggling, it is important we regulate our sleep, and eating patterns... for example a consistent 8 hours sleep, three meals, all at consistent times... have you also tried taking time for yourself, like relaxing in a quiet room all alone, and clearing your mind...
Thanks fir your reply boris, I am feeling better this week but I do eat healthily, I go to the gym although it is difficult I even force myself to make friends but it is a life of paranoia and stress, ive been classed as fully disabled this week because I can't stay on topic which is true.

I do clear my mind in quiet rooms, I have lots of friends who I meet face to face who have mental health problems, schizophrenia and psychosis, but even with this support group it is difficult, I was studying at the best university in the UK but I am degenerating it is sad but true.
 

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