Friday, May 10, 2013

Feeling suicidal: What should I do

The numbers of people who admit to feeling suicidal are increasing at an alarming rate, suicide is on the rise and officials admit that the crisis does not seem to have an end in sight. In the United States The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently found the suicide rate for people aged 35 to 64 jumped by an amazing 30% in a decade, a troubling development by any measure. This means more Americans now die of suicide than of car accidents. Those who admit to feeling suicidal must realize that it is extremely important to get help.

The cause not just financial

The first cause stated for rising suicide number is the economy, as increasing numbers of people lose employment and experience poverty some contemplate ending their lives. What is alarming researchers is the fact that those who have seen the largest increases in suicide numbers have been middle class/middle age people who did not have financial difficulties. For example, in the state of North Dakota which has an extremely low unemployment rate their was an unbelievable increase in the numbers of people taking their own life (70%). This is a tremendous jump in the amount of people who took their lives in that State.

5 of the top States which saw suicide increases had a healthy economy. The issue is not only about money, we have to come to the realization that large numbers of people are simply not happy, they are depressed and stressed.


We can state clearly on this site as we have done for the past 4 years that depression and the overwhelming stresses of life are the main causes of suicide. When you reach the point of giving up and there does not seem to be a way out the best option may seem to end it all but it is not the right solution, the suicidal person is tired and wants the pain(stresses) to finally stop.

The term “Feeling suicidal” is actual a dark and deep depression that does not seem to move. Taking one's life is seen as a the best solution when the rivers of stresses take over your thoughts.

Important: If this is a suicide emergency please call 911, someone will help you.

How to fill back up the emptiness
The suicidal person is empty and needs to fill back up, the deep depression is a form of emptiness and the void must be filled. Researchers in Europe have been helping people reverse depression drug free, fill back up” and heal inside, this is depression healing that goes beyond medications, it is read in over 10 countries 


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