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had enough ...cant deal with family and i cant deal with my life ...poop is going to hit the fan ...better off dead 

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Timber Wolf

Alexx, you're NEVER better off dead. You really would be missed. I don't have a suicide hotline for the U.K. But try to find one if you are thinking of doing that imminently. Also try logging on to our chat and ask for a crisis moderator. We really do care, Alexx. Please reach out to someone.

 

Lots of love and a big BIG hug,

Timber Wolf🐾

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Timber Wolf

Hi Alexx,

I don't know exactly what this line is, but I found it under suicide prevention resorses in U.K. 

 

08457-90-90-90

 

Lots of love,

Timber Wolf🐾

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tracy_j

Life can be harsh Alexx but there are good times!

 

We love you.

 

It is worth calling the Samaritans if you are down as you would have someone to talk to. Their Edinburgh numbers are:

 

0131 221 9999 (local call charges apply)

National telephone:

116 123 (this number is free to call)
 
Or website for more general information:
 
 
Keep in there Alexx. I look forward to you being part of our community
 
Tracy x
 

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MaryEllen

It's obvious you're going through a bad time, Alexx. Please don't give up. If I recall right, you have a support group that you can go to.  Please get in touch with them. They can help. If your husband is still around, reach out to him. He will help you.  We are here for you. Go to the chat if you need immediate help. The mods will be more than willing to talk with you. We care about you and want you in a better place. 

We're aware that your family is not supportive of you. It would be much better for you if you would distance yourself from them. Being around them will only make it worse for you. Don't listen to them when they're trying to bring you down. You're a good person, Alexx. Don't let anyone tell you differently.

 

Hugs,

 

MaryEllen

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Charlize

i'm glad you reached out Alexx but sorry your feeling so poorly.  Please keep reaching here at chat , to your support group or to the numbers above.  We all need help at times and it is nothing to be ashamed of.  Instead know that you are well worth the assistance that others offer!  You are not alone.

 

Big Hugs,

 

Charlize

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Dev

Alexx, I truly believe no one is better off dead.  I also believe we all have hidden reserves of strength to get us through the hard times.  Reach out to those who are there for you and you'll find one, I'm sure of it.

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Alexx21

am ok ...was out most of the day today sorry i havent replied until now ...family member putting too much pressure on me end up self injuring ...past caring i dont need my family they can all do one 

thank you all for replying to me ill be ok 

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Dev

Glad to hear it, Alexx.  I don't know the particulars of your situation, but it sounds like any steps you can take to put distance between yourself and your family would be a positive change for you.

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Timber Wolf

Hi Alexx,

 

I'm back with another big hug because I care. I am so glad you are ok.

You know, we're your family here. And we love and accept you!❤ Always remember that.

 

 

Lots of love and another big hug,

Timber Wolf🐾

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MaryEllen

I'm glad to hear that you'll be ok. Just remember that we're here for you and we truly care about your wellbeing.

 

Hugs,

 

MaryEllen

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Charlize

Thanks for getting back to us Alexx.  If your immediate family is difficult you always have us to turn to.  Please keep reaching out whenever your feeling down.

 

Hugs,

 

Charlize

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tracy_j

Thank you for the reply Alexx x

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