Mother begs for help after son attempts suicide for third time

Aug 16, 2012 Full story: The Impartial Reporter 14

THE mother of a young Fermanagh man who tried to end his own life for the third time at the weekend fears her son won't stop doing it until he is dead.

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#1 Aug 18, 2012
Not being a prick here, sounds like a big cry for help... Proper Help that he's not getting... If he wanted to really put the lights out, it would be done an all by now

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#2 Aug 18, 2012
If you dont cut the sandwitch into little squares like I like and with the animal cookies then Im going to kill myself and everyones going to know your bad?

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#3 Aug 18, 2012
look ya fcuking idiot,,listen to yir mum m8,,and get the proper help or leave her in piece,,and if your doing it for attention you might ot get found next time m8,,,listen to your mum ya fud,honustly,,you need to listen...

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#6 Aug 18, 2012
hey woops man,,what about the mother,,get a grip man...

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#8 Aug 18, 2012
lads wit about a bit of comfort for his mum lads.he is a fud but think about his wee mum,,
truth

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#9 Aug 18, 2012
glasgowaddict wrote:
lads wit about a bit of comfort for his mum lads.he is a fud but think about his wee mum,,
Think a rogering is the last thing on her mind

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#11 Sep 5, 2012
There's a big problem with suicide in northern Ireland and not just with the mentally ill.
Young people there have trouble seeing a future for themselves and feel hopeless and helpless. Which yeah it can be put under the huge the category of "mentally ill", but I think it's more than that. And what's causing so much depression in northern Ireland?
This is a serious problem that needs to be solved ASAP.
NI sucks

Glasgow, UK

#12 Sep 6, 2012
WhiteTrashParty wrote:
There's a big problem with suicide in northern Ireland and not just with the mentally ill.
Young people there have trouble seeing a future for themselves and feel hopeless and helpless. Which yeah it can be put under the huge the category of "mentally ill", but I think it's more than that. And what's causing so much depression in northern Ireland?
This is a serious problem that needs to be solved ASAP.
lack of jobs, lack of things to do & a big lack of money.
I live in N.I isn't easy to get out of depression.
plus with alot of G.P's doc's that don't care anymore why should the person in depression care if no others do when looking help.

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#13 Sep 7, 2012
So true
shame

Norrköping, Sweden

#15 Sep 7, 2012
Its a real problem in scotland too .I know 3 young men that hung themselves this year alone ,all lived less than 10 mins from each other .They all seemed happy but must have been hiding some major depression .
sh1ner

Bangkok, Thailand

#16 Sep 7, 2012
shame wrote:
Its a real problem in scotland too .I know 3 young men that hung themselves this year alone ,all lived less than 10 mins from each other .They all seemed happy but must have been hiding some major depression .
if i was scottish ,id have hung myself already too

shudders .....the thought of it

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#19 Sep 7, 2012
From my own perspective, sometimes if not most times you have ignorant people in this bad situation, mostly family members surrounding the illness over looking the simple fact that the suicidal tendencies from the person in the limelight thinks that life for everybody else around them would be better without them being about... So all this pointing fingers saying that they are being selfish and uncaring is sometimes wrong on every level...

Granted, there is attention seekers who play this suicide card for personal game playing goals.
Every case deserves a smarter person looking in to see what's real and what's an illusion to the problems the person is experiencing
losers

Preston, UK

#20 Sep 7, 2012
bumblebeetuna wrote:
Not being a prick here, sounds like a big cry for help... Proper Help that he's not getting... If he wanted to really put the lights out, it would be done an all by now
and a drug addict forum is the best place for this

your a pathetic loser who has just brought shame on the person you are talking about

get a grip, sort your life out before advising others you druggy pathetic loser

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#22 Sep 15, 2012
losers wrote:
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and a drug addict forum is the best place for this
your a pathetic loser who has just brought shame on the person you are talking about
get a grip, sort your life out before advising others you druggy pathetic loser
Smart thinking from someone who judges others,
U sound a bit lost in the satellite orbiting your own ego...
We'll talk if you ever break the connection and your eyes start having vision beyond your nose.

Big if though:)

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