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Jun 29, 2013
 
Im a 14 year old male about to start highschool...I need help... you see i am depressed in my life and it feels like the only emotions i can feel are sadness, boredum, and lonliness... i have lots of friends that i hang out with alot but i feel like they and no one in my family understands me ... its a dissapointing life ... i tried talking to my friend about it and she seemed to care but it didnt tell me... i was talking to this one guy that lived across the country nd when he said he didnt want to talk anymore bcuz he couldnt see me physically, then thats when this started.... i feel like my life is meaningless and that im trapped in side of a world of endless depression sadness and lonliness that only i can see .... i have thot about suicide in the past few days.... someone please explain to me whats wrong with me and how to deal with it ... if u need to contact me anywere else then my kik messenger name is larryh58....thank you
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DO IT...End it all right now,slit your wrists!
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Jun 29, 2013
 
Pig Benis wrote:
DO IT...End it all right now,slit your wrists!
that isnt the encouragement i was looking for ... thanks dick
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Jun 29, 2013
 
needing_help wrote:
Im a 14 year old male about to start highschool...I need help... you see i am depressed in my life and it feels like the only emotions i can feel are sadness, boredum, and lonliness... i have lots of friends that i hang out with alot but i feel like they and no one in my family understands me ... its a dissapointing life ... i tried talking to my friend about it and she seemed to care but it didnt tell me... i was talking to this one guy that lived across the country nd when he said he didnt want to talk anymore bcuz he couldnt see me physically, then thats when this started.... i feel like my life is meaningless and that im trapped in side of a world of endless depression sadness and lonliness that only i can see .... i have thot about suicide in the past few days.... someone please explain to me whats wrong with me and how to deal with it ... if u need to contact me anywere else then my kik messenger name is larryh58....thank you
Don't cheat yourself like that son.Teen-age years are tough without doubt,especially when you can't be with the people you want to be around,but those tough years of trial,error,and lessons reward you with an independent mind as well as a strength that you'll be proud to have.Actually,I have a fifteen year old son go through a similar stress when his best friend recently moved out of state.Honestly though,I never suspected that he might have felt suicidal over it.And that makes your pleas weigh heavy on my empathy filled mind in two ways.Makes me worry about you,,,and makes me worry about him.And while I can't promise you that life will shape up to be perfect for you in the near future,,,I can promise that if you sidestep this option,,,that it won't be too far off in the future until you feel an extreme euphoric contention about the fact that you didn't self-destruct.
And aside from that,if you stick around,,,we can communicate as friends.I have a lot of advice that could possibly be helpful to a youngster such as yourself,,,and you never know,,,we could become good friends.Am curious about your beliefs a little bit though.I'm wondering if you favor evolution,,,or creation.In other words,,,do you believe in a higher power or a God??? Please get back and let me know.
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Jun 29, 2013
 

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DO IT...End it all right now,slit your wrists!
Yeah dude,,,you're every bit as worthless as I initially had you pegged.In short,,,why not go follow your own advice?
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Jun 29, 2013
 
Suicide is useless. Anger is more useful than despair. We may need you to fight, don't waste your life. Toughen up soldier...your gonna want to see what happens next . Earth is about to get crazy.
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Jun 29, 2013
 
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<quoted text>Don't cheat yourself like that son.Teen-age years are tough without doubt,especially when you can't be with the people you want to be around,but those tough years of trial,error,and lessons reward you with an independent mind as well as a strength that you'll be proud to have.Actually,I have a fifteen year old son go through a similar stress when his best friend recently moved out of state.Honestly though,I never suspected that he might have felt suicidal over it.And that makes your pleas weigh heavy on my empathy filled mind in two ways.Makes me worry about you,,,and makes me worry about him.And while I can't promise you that life will shape up to be perfect for you in the near future,,,I can promise that if you sidestep this option,,,that it won't be too far off in the future until you feel an extreme euphoric contention about the fact that you didn't self-destruct.
And aside from that,if you stick around,,,we can communicate as friends.I have a lot of advice that could possibly be helpful to a youngster such as yourself,,,and you never know,,,we could become good friends.Am curious about your beliefs a little bit though.I'm wondering if you favor evolution,,,or creation.In other words,,,do you believe in a higher power or a God??? Please get back and let me know.
thank you for ur support
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Jun 29, 2013
 
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<quoted text> thank you for ur support
That's not telling me anything partner.If we're gonna start this friendship out like gentlemen,,,then you're gonna have to tell me where you stand.After all,it's a beautiful day outside,,,and there's no reason for either one of us to be tense.And to tell you the truth,I woke up my son and talked to him a little bit after posting to you.And I promise you,,,"your" parents would be devastated if anything were to happen to you.And I know that you're thinking that parents can be total jerk-offs that never care about anything,,,but we only seem that way because we stay tense about a lot of other miscellaneous grown-up stuff,,,that keeps other feelings and frustrations on the surface of our mind.It don't always reflect what we feel.Good luck with you partner.
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Jun 29, 2013
 
Hey there. I too thought about suicide a lot at your age. I dealt with verbal and emotional abuse, as well as bullying, all from my family. What I did was try and surround myself with my friends, who were all positive influences. Then I turned 18, went off to college, and had the best years of my life so far. Now I am 31 and married to a great guy.
I won't say the thoughts go away - from time to time I still think about ending it all. But what you have to remind yourself of is that there are a lot of people that love you, and how upset would they be if they could never see you again? How would you feel if the person you loved the most just decided to end their life? Sad? Angry? Powerless? That's how they would feel.
Life is hard, but you can survive it and come out a better, stronger person. Don't throw it away now. Get through high school and go to college. Become independent of those things that bring you down. You do have a purpose, as we all do. Just hold on to those who love you and you'll be ok. Take care.
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Jun 29, 2013
 
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<quoted text>That's not telling me anything partner.If we're gonna start this friendship out like gentlemen,,,then you're gonna have to tell me where you stand.After all,it's a beautiful day outside,,,and there's no reason for either one of us to be tense.And to tell you the truth,I woke up my son and talked to him a little bit after posting to you.And I promise you,,,"your" parents would be devastated if anything were to happen to you.And I know that you're thinking that parents can be total jerk-offs that never care about anything,,,but we only seem that way because we stay tense about a lot of other miscellaneous grown-up stuff,,,that keeps other feelings and frustrations on the surface of our mind.It don't always reflect what we feel.Good luck with you partner.
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well im feeling a little bit better but im still a little shaken....my parents never talk to me.... im serious.... if they do then its to do something for them.... idk it just seems like theyve lost interest im me for the past couple years .... i love them but im not sure if they love me it is a great day ... ive been outside with friends
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Jun 29, 2013
 
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Hey there. I too thought about suicide a lot at your age. I dealt with verbal and emotional abuse, as well as bullying, all from my family. What I did was try and surround myself with my friends, who were all positive influences. Then I turned 18, went off to college, and had the best years of my life so far. Now I am 31 and married to a great guy.o
I won't say the thoughts go away - from time to time I still think about ending it all. But what you have to remind yourself of is that there are a lot of people that love you, and how upset would they be if they could never see you again? How would you feel if the person you loved the most just decided to end their life? Sad? Angry? Powerless? That's how they would feel.
Life is hard, but you can survive it and come out a better, stronger person. Don't throw it away now. Get through high school and go to college. Become independent of those things that bring you down. You do have a purpose, as we all do. Just hold on to those who love you and you'll be ok. Take care.
well then wut exactly do i do ... i mean when i finish college ... what happend to my life ... and when im super depressed i only think bout how ppl woold be happy without me here
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Jun 29, 2013
 
needing_help wrote:
<quoted text> well im feeling a little bit better but im still a little shaken....my parents never talk to me.... im serious.... if they do then its to do something for them.... idk it just seems like theyve lost interest im me for the past couple years .... i love them but im not sure if they love me it is a great day ... ive been outside with friends
Glad to hear you feeling better partner.About what you said though,my son's told me that he's felt like just you're describing.Thing is,as you guys grow into adolescence,you start growing a little apprehensive toward us as parents for various reasons,,,yet don't realize it.For example,when you as teen-agers start having friends over and things,you'll be somewhat embarrassed about mom and dad's opinion on something or simply our presence alone.And wanting to give you the space you deserve while growing into adults is a lot of times why we back off awaiting you to approach us.To tell you the truth,I'm very glad that my son came and shared that me when it was on his mind.If not,I would have continued to avoid him at times when he wanted my company,,,and thought that I was doing right by him.See my point partner??? Talking to your parents about the things that are on your mind is the best way for them to "understand" what's on your mind.Because I'll tell you what I do know for sure,in spite of not personally knowing your situation."If you believed that your parents loved you when you were younger,helpless,and vulnerable,,,then there's absolutely no reason in the world to suspect that they've changed their stance as of now".
Like I said though,,,you have to talk to them to know what's on their mind.And never just assume that we as either parents or friends just "know" what's on your mind.Overloaded with other daily frustrations at times,,,we'll often overlook those that we care the most about because we take for granted that if they aren't complaining about anything,,,then everything must be alright.Have a good day either way partner.
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Jun 29, 2013
 
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<quoted text> well then wut exactly do i do ... i mean when i finish college ... what happend to my life ... and when im super depressed i only think bout how ppl woold be happy without me here
That's just it - you won't know until you get there. And if you end your life now, You'll never know. Just know that only YOU can make things better for yourself.
Why do you think people would be happy without you?
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<quoted text>Glad to hear you feeling better partner.About what you said though,my son's told me that he's felt like just you're describing.Thing is,as you guys grow into adolescence,you start growing a little apprehensive toward us as parents for various reasons,,,yet don't realize it.For example,when you as teen-agers start having friends over and things,you'll be somewhat embarrassed about mom and dad's opinion on something or simply our presence alone.And wanting to give you the space you deserve while growing into adults is a lot of times why we back off awaiting you to approach us.To tell you the truth,I'm very glad that my son came and shared that me when it was on his mind.If not,I would have continued to avoid him at times when he wanted my company,,,and thought that I was doing right by him.See my point partner??? Talking to your parents about the things that are on your mind is the best way for them to "understand" what's on your mind.Because I'll tell you what I do know for sure,in spite of not personally knowing your situation."If you believed that your parents loved you when you were younger,helpless,and vulnerable,,,then there's absolutely no reason in the world to suspect that they've changed their stance as of now".
Like I said though,,,you have to talk to them to know what's on their mind.And never just assume that we as either parents or friends just "know" what's on your mind.Overloaded with other daily frustrations at times,,,we'll often overlook those that we care the most about because we take for granted that if they aren't complaining about anything,,,then everything must be alright.Have a good day either way partner.
my parents dont seen like they want to talk to me ..... i try to talk to my today and he literally just ignores me and walks away like im invisable nd my mom duz this too nd it makes me feel worthless almost like they dont want me in their lives anymore and i dont like it .... i havn an alright day

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Jun 29, 2013
 
needing_help wrote:
<quoted text> my parents dont seen like they want to talk to me ..... i try to talk to my today and he literally just ignores me and walks away like im invisable nd my mom duz this too nd it makes me feel worthless almost like they dont want me in their lives anymore and i dont like it .... i havn an alright day
With friends only .....
Like I said,parents are hard headed and stubborn most of the time.Meaning that if you wait for the timing to be right,then you may never get the conversation started,,,because we take a lot for granted.If you make it clear that you're serious and want them to make time for it though,,,it could catch their notice and effectively pick up the pace.
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needing_help wrote:
<quoted text> my parents dont seen like they want to talk to me ..... i try to talk to my today and he literally just ignores me and walks away like im invisable nd my mom duz this too nd it makes me feel worthless almost like they dont want me in their lives anymore and i dont like it .... i havn an alright day
With friends only .....
As you can see, there are a lot of us out here that love you and we've never even met you. I am sorry about your parents. Sometimes parents just don't realize how badly their children feel or what they are going through. Do you have any sisters or brothers? I hope so. Going out with friends is good. Just keep writing to us and we'll be there for you.
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Jun 29, 2013
 
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<quoted text>Like I said,parents are hard headed and stubborn most of the time.Meaning that if you wait for the timing to be right,then you may never get the conversation started,,,because we take a lot for granted.If you make it clear that you're serious and want them to make time for it though,,,it could catch their notice and effectively pick up the pace.
ok i followed ur advice and my dad still barley looks at me .... idk why i even bother...
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Jun 29, 2013
 
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<quoted text> ok i followed ur advice and my dad still barley looks at me .... idk why i even bother...
You bother because you love your dad,you know that he loves you,,,and you really want to understand one another.It won't be easy though.
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Jun 30, 2013
 
If they don't want to talk to you, just get away from them. Get out of the house. Go be with your friends, and any other family member that does care. Spartan is right; parents (like most of us) take things for granted. Surround yourself with people who care and you'll feel better.
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Jun 30, 2013
 
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