Having suicidal thoughts is not a good feeling. It could really hinder you. So many people have these thoughts for different reasons. Reasons such as, people not accepting them, friends and family turning against them, being bullied, depression, etc…..

You never know why a person might feel this way. It’s a mystery until they actually come to you about it. Some people might be afraid to open up about it because they might get judged. Some people might feel they are searching for attention. That’s not always the case because these thoughts are really real. Some people really need help. Some people might have so many thoughts bottled up and then they explode. (Which is not a good thing). Family members might not understand this feeling because they feel that they are there for them. 9 times out of 10, you are not always there for them the way they want you to be there for them. Suicidal thoughts could really lead you into this box. It’s like you are stuck in a brown box, taped and ready to be shipped out. Well, how many people commit suicide? And who are the people that commit suicide?

According to “The researchers looked at national data on 10,311 suicides, limiting their analysis to the 2,209 individuals whose sexual orientation or transgender status was noted in their records. The study team found that most of those who died by suicide, about 73 percent identified as heterosexual males. About 18 percent of the fatalities were heterosexual females, 2.9 percent were lesbians, 0.8 percent were bisexual males, 0.5 percent were bisexual females, 0.1 percent were transgender males and 0.5 percent were transgender females.” Wow, interesting statistics. Don’t you think? With statistics being that high, we need to be careful of what we say. Sometimes it’s a lot of people who really like to voice their opinion on the LGBTQ+ community. Usually, their opinion is very loud and controversial. Those type of opinions could really be hurtful. You ever heard that saying “If you don’t get nothing nice to say, don’t say it at all”. Well, that’s what this post is mainly all about. A lot of people are going through this and this is sad. It’s like “being yourself” is not an option anymore. You always got to “fake it till you make it”. Sometimes I don’t agree with that.

It’s this one youtuber name Salice Rose. She always talks about suicide and how she over comes it. She gives great advice on it. She recently made a video called “Bisexual is Beautiful. My Coming Out”….she recently stated in her video that their is no right or wrong time to come out the closet as bisexual. I absolutely agree with that. Some people might feel rushed or feel attacked for being a certain way. You shouldn’t have to feel that way. Here is a video that might help you. I know this post might be all over the place but, I hope this helps someone in need. πŸ™‚


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  1. β—‡ – Diamond Hard – β—‡

    β—‡ I AM NOT!!! a Member of The LGBTI+ Community yet They Have My 100% Support just as Muslims, Christians, Other Religions, Groups, Cultures, Wiccans and So Forth in Our Diversity Do…whether Sexual Orientation is Nature or Nurture is Moot; as a Child I Was Physically Assaulted and when I Was Finally Big Enough HIT BACK, HARD!!!…it was The Toughest Day of My Life Taking My Dad to Hospital after Beating Him to a Pulp and an Inch of His Life; so, I May Be Straight yet I Experienced “Suicidal” but I Love MySelf Far Too Much to Kill MySelf

    β—‡ – Diamond Hard – β—‡



    1. I’m glad you still support us and I truly appreciate you for supporting us. I’m sorry that you were physically assaulted. I know that’s a tough thing to share. I think a lot of has experienced “suicidal thoughts”…..but I’m glad you came to the conclusion to love your self and not kill your self. Blessings to you!!!

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  2. Thank you so much for sharing this. I’ve had suicidal feelings on and off for many years; thanks to the support of therapists and good friends I have come to recognise them for what they are – my body’s response to extreme stress and a desire to escape the pain.

    They are feelings – very very scary feelings – but not instructions! I can read them as a signal that I need help, and then reach out for that help.

    I think what stops many people from reaching out is a sense of shame that they are having these thoughts and feelings, or a worry that people will think they are being manipulative.

    When I get to this headspace, I will tell someone: β€œI need to tell you that I am having suicidal thoughts/feelings. I recognise that this is a sign that I am in deep emotional distress and need support. I don’t want to act on these feelings and thoughts. Can you talk to me and help me find some perspective? Can you please offer me some emotional support?”

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    1. You are welcome. I appreciate you for sharing your thoughts. This is what this blog is for. I’m sorry that you’ve been having suicidal thoughts. That’s not good. Maybe you should start writing more and letting everything out. I’m glad you reach our for help. Yes I totally agree you. I would say keep talking to therapists. Therapists really do help. Start reading “self help” books. And when you feel like this, do something that makes you happy. Take your self out the house when you start having these thoughts because that will really help. Killing your self is not the answer. If you need help, reach out to a suicide hotline or something. You are loved by many. DONT DO IT!!!

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      1. Is it fine to say ‘it’s okay’, ‘i understand’, ‘it will be fine’.. I don’t really feel any words can help them
        .. they must be sounding hollow..

        I mean listening is fine.. but those looks in the eyes give an urge to provide some sort of comfort..

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      2. Yes I believe you should provide at least some type of comfort to them. Give them a hug, buy them something, give them a heartfelt letter, give them a card. Its other things that you can do, you just have to get creative with it make sure it’s something that they can keep forever and they they will cherish it.

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      3. So basically, you mean something that they can keep with themselves as a reminder that they’re loved would be of much more help.

        What if they resist a hug?

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  3. Although I consider myself mainly heterosexual with a bi-curious side to me, I support other sexual orientations. I lived with a bi-sexual man and a truly flamboyant gay man. Like “Will and Grace” the tv show. I have suicidal thoughts and actually tried to kill myself one time and my daughter had me committed. I have Bipolar Disorder and that is part of the reason for my suicidal thoughts, but life is hard and sometimes I just can’t maneuver it myself. With my experiences, I have been able to talk to many people and help them through their suicidal thoughts. Sometimes just having someone listen to you helps.

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    1. Oh wow, you lived with a bisexual man? That is actually interesting to. I never really honestly watched the show “Will and Grace”…I’m glad you didnt kill self. I actually have schizophrenia, psychosis, major depressive order, so I can honestly relate to you. A listening ear is always key.

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      1. Yes listening is really the key. So many people don’t or can’t. Yes I lived with a bisexual man and we lived as a couple with my son. We did not have a sexual relation at the time though. Then he took off and I was living with a more flamboyant gay male and he was very feminine. Quite a contrast.


      2. You are welcome. I promised my kids I would not try to commit suicide again. It hurt them too much. So I landed in a psych unit twice. Once my daughter had me committed and once I went voluntarily after my son and dad called the emergency services because I was really out of it. At least they care. Although being locked up is no picnic.


      3. I could definitely understand what it’s like being in psych unit. I been in there plenty of times and I hated it. It made me feel like I couldnt do much. I hate when they take our stuff from us. I’m glad you have some people who care about you. My mom is always there for me. My family cares too. I love them.


      4. I am glad that you have family too. I depended on my parents, but then my mom passed away 6 years ago and my dad had a severe stroke a year and a half ago and is in a long term nursing facility losing more and more of his mind to the stroke and dementia. Now I have to depend on my children and it isn’t quite the same.


      5. Ohhhh wow, I’m so sorry to hear that you have to go through this. I’m sure your children will be there for no matter what you go through. You got they back just as much as they have yours. It’s going to be okay. You got this!!!

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