Well I was 5 back then, used to stay in dubai with my paa, mum and my smaller brother. As a kid I was pretty much coolest kid there could be, made friends pretty easily used to talk a lot.
I have had this problem of thinking to much.
I have a thought which leads to another thought and eventually the thoughts keep getting worse and I fall asleep.
Well once I had a dream in which my parents had died and I was alone, scared with my brother. Pretty fucked up dream to have at the age of 5.
Well I was depressed I didn’t talk the whole day, didn’t tell my mum stories of what happened at school today. The thought just kept bothering me, eventually my parents though they should take me to a mall just to cheer me up, so they did for a brief amount of time I was happy but the thought didn’t leave my mind.
Later that day I told my parents what dream I had and why I was so depressed. That day they promised me that they’ll never leave me.
A month later I was sent to India alone to live with my relatives my aunt and her daughter and my parents my brother in dubai.
Sure they had their reasons but it made me think are promises really worth anything or just some shit you say to asure the person in front of you.
Fucking promises right😂😂
Have you ever came across someone with suicidal tendencies?
Big time introverts
You know what’s the worst thing you could do or say to him/her
” everybody has problems, deal with it rather then attempting suicide ”
A horrible mistake
They don’t view they the world the same way as you do. As a matter of fact everyone views the world in a different light but the important part is that they view death in a different way
“the action or fact of dying or being killed; the end of the life of a person or organism” that’s what Google says and probably is they way most of you view death as
To us, it’s a state of permanent rest, with the perpose of end the constant pain we go through in which we are surrounded by people who call us cowered
In that situation when he/she opens up to you and share his/her problems calling them a cowered by giving a dumbass speech isn’t the right way
Listen to their story/problem understand it never compare it to your problem and that’s not just for people with suicidal tendencies, it’s for anyone with any kind of issue
Listen to their problem, respect the fact that they are sharing it with you ( showing that they trust you)
Excuse my grammar and I know the topic is all over the place