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I have tried everything, I have been to the gp, I have contacted this online chat thing called the mix, I have tried my parents but they are busy with my younger siblings and I have tried speaking to friends but they said I am making them depressed when trying to speak about things. I'm not happy with the way things are going. I don't know how to be happy. Im done anyway
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Try using childlines online chat. Other websites include kooth (which is structured free counselling) and 7 cups of tea
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Please don't do anything

I think you need to urgently talk to call the police (If I am interpreting your question right)
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Try using childlines online chat. Other websites include kooth (which is structured free counselling) and 7 cups of tea
I'm over 18 so can't use childline and I think its the same with kooth
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Hey, what about the Samaritans
Phone: 116 123 (free 24-hour helpline)

Completely free professional help
For anyone
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(Original post by Jonathanツ)
Please don't do anything

I think you need to urgently talk to call the police (If I am interpreting your question right)
I won't do anything like harm myself or anything but I'm done trying seek help
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(Original post by Parziva1)
Hey, what about the Samaritans
Phone: 116 123 (free 24-hour helpline)

Completely free professional help
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I won't do anything like harm myself or anything but I'm done trying seek help
Oh few, I was starting to freak out for a second there
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Oh few, I was starting to freak out for a second there
No it's not that bad but I'm just done trying to make myself feel better.
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https://www.samaritans.org/

Here's the link (sorry forgot to include)

They can definitely help, no matter what your problem is

Trust me, they will make you feel better.
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I wish you had the friends you deserve
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jessrb1 Same but it is what it is
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jessrb1 Same but it is what it is
How long have you been feeling like this? :/
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How long have you been feeling like this? :/
Since 2018 on and off
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Depending on your location, you may be able to self-refer yourself through the 'Let's Talk - Wellbeing' service. Take a look on Google, just search Let's Talk Wellbeing and your city, and hopefully something will pop up. You should receive a call back within a few days and from there you can start setting up telephone chats and eventually, post-lockdown, you should be able to arrange for in-person discussions.

You need to speak to someone, but as you've said your family & friends are unapproachable, then this is the next step. It is vital that you take this step.
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Since 2018 on and off
I just want to say I totally understand, I’ve been in that dark place and I know how hard it is when friends/family are dismissive of your mental health. I know you don’t know me but if you ever want to drop me a PM, I’m more than happy to talk and just rant or whatever. Please don’t lose hope
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Depending on your location, you may be able to self-refer yourself through the 'Let's Talk - Wellbeing' service. Take a look on Google, just search Let's Talk Wellbeing and your city, and hopefully something will pop up. You should receive a call back within a few days and from there you can start setting up telephone chats and eventually, post-lockdown, you should be able to arrange for in-person discussions.

You need to speak to someone, but as you've said your family & friends are unapproachable, then this is the next step. It is vital that you take this step.
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You're 20, aren't you?
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Tried Vitamin D3 tablets? It gradually increases your mood to a normal level.
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I won't do anything like harm myself or anything but I'm done trying seek help
Then why did you entitle the thread 'bye'?
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