lol your adorable…
Just try not to get too mad when the guy tries to be a hero, men like that kinda shit ya know. You shouldn’t be fixing your car that much either, cars aren’t suppose to break that much lol.
yeah, thats the big issue too, I have to do it or else I don’t get the grade, I just won’t e-mail him the paper I typed lol.
Yeah the big issue is that I think I just need to meet these people in person rather than try to coordinate online. Gah, wish I could unload on you all night, but I am sure you need to go. I wont keep you.
lol typing up some homework, due tomorrow and was suppose to be a three person assignment. However, one person either died or has neglected their emails. So I am having to make up for their shittiness. Groups sure can suck sometimes. Kinda starting to wish I’d just done it solo.
Oh and I drank a monster so I am kinda awake, got a lot of things on my mind lately. Wish I could just type it out like one giant blog, but then Id be typing for prolly like an hour on all the issues lol.
Really? But then it’s unbelievable all the more that you dare to write such a fully stupid thing — beyond all psychology:
“Anyone who is willing to commit suicide has a very selfish, narrow, and ignorant view about life.”
( http://help.com/post/505672-would-20-… )
Do you find the tiniest hint in your “pile of psychology class” books that this sentence is not the dumbest one? Tell me!
· Be yourself. Let the person know you care, that he/she is not alone. The right words are often unimportant. If you are concerned, your voice and manner will show it.
· Listen. Let the suicidal person unload despair, ventilate anger. No matter how negative the conversation seems, the fact that it exists is a positive sign.
· Be sympathetic, non-judgmental, patient, calm, accepting. Your friend or family member is doing the right thing by talking about his/her feelings.
· Offer hope. Reassure the person that help is available and that the suicidal feelings are temporary. Let the person know that his or her life is important to you.
· If the person says things like, “I’m so depressed, I can’t go on,” ask the question: “Are you having thoughts of suicide?” You are not putting ideas in their head, you are showing that you are concerned, that you take them seriously, and that it’s OK for them to share their pain with you.
• But don’t:
· Argue with the suicidal person. Avoid saying things like: “You have so much to live for,” “Your suicide will hurt your family,” or “Look on the bright side.”
· Act shocked, lecture on the value of life, or say that suicide is wrong.
· Promise confidentiality. Refuse to be sworn to secrecy. A life is at stake and you may need to speak to a mental health professional in order to keep the suicidal person safe. If you promise to keep your discussions secret, you may have to break your word.
· Offer ways to fix their problems, or give advice, or make them feel like they have to justify their suicidal feelings. It is not about how bad the problem is, but how badly it’s hurting your friend or loved one.
· Blame yourself. You can’t “fix” someone’s depression. Your loved one’s happiness, or lack thereof, is not your responsibility.”
IDK bout canada, but help is a USA site, and its actually against federal law to help a person commit suicide, weather it be pushing off a bridge or supplying them with means of overdose by generic drugs.
Lol, kinda glad someone else smart entered that pholosophy question bout time n stuff. I don’t think they have a fucking clue what they are talking about, its like they just kinda guess the general direction and say it must be true.
Be attentive, and talk to someone about it if it keeps up. Unless you think it’s just too subtle and weird for anyone including a doctor to “get it.” I have lots of weird things that go on with my body & mind sometimes, and I rarely bring it up. Once for a while I felt like the top of my head was broadcasting a signal – that’s the only way I could describe it. I went to a specialist recommended by my doctor and had all kinds of weird tests run: Nothing. Finally, it went away. :)