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I am 15, a girl and i get realy down sometime and think about suicide at least once a day, a couple of months ago i started sneeking out on saturday nights and seeing friends it was the funnest thing i had ever done and i did this every saturday for 5 weeks through this whole time it was the first time in years that i was happy and i didnt think about suicide the whole five weeks but on the 6th week i got cought i havent goe out for a couple weeks now but i have been thinking about killing myself a whole lot lately and have been in a realy bad and down mood idk what to do

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The first thing you should do is talk to someone in your life that you can trust. It would be good if you could talk to your parents, but I know that can be hard. Maybe if you told them how you are feeling and explained how you felt when you were out with your friends they would let you go out more. The only way to help get through your problems is to talk them over with someone. Find a friend or a teacher or a parent that will listen. If they don't take you seriously then speak to someone else. You shouldn't have to go through this alone. Remember that if you end your life there is no turning back. You will never be able to make anything better if you don't stick around and try. You may be feeling helpless or lonely or that no one cares about you, but that isn't true. Everybody is loved by someone. If you did take your own life you would be leaving behind a lot of people who love you and who would be devastated by this. Speaking as someone who lost their brother from suicide exactly 15 years ago today, I want to tell you that you are special and you are loved. I feel like I was meant to find this question today of all days and that I may not have been able to help my brother, but I will do my damnedest to help you. Until you make the effort and reach out to those around you, you may not know how much you mean to them. You need to make your voice heard. You need to let the people closest to you know that you are hurting and that you need their help. It is okay to ask others for help and to lean on someone else.
By writing this question you have made the first step in asking for help. The teenage years are the most difficult time in a young girls life, but I want you to know that it only gets better. You have your whole life ahead of you and you can make it what ever you want it to be.
Please, please take this advice to heart and ask for the help you deserve. You are a wonderful person and no one can ever take that away from you!!!!

Posted on Aug 05, 2010

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