Why should I continue living?

Lately I've been lacking motivation to do anything at all. I even don't want to go to school and I am currently taking up nursing. I continue on thinking that if I just end this life, everything will come up easier. No more worries. No more frustrations. No more sadness and those what nots.

I haven't loss a loved one. Its just that its me. And a year ago I just stopped believing in God.

The only thing stopping me is my love for my mother and father who raised me all those 19 years.

I badly need advice on how I can get back up again, I want to end my life but I really don't want. What should I do? :((
Asked Sep 26, 2010
Depression isn't something that you can just turn on and off like a light switch. Often it can be caused by chemical imbalances in your body that are treatable.

You are right in your assesment that such a thing would be devistating for your parents. Call the non-emergency telephone number for the police in your area. Explain to them you are having suicidal thoughts and ask them for the contact number for where you can get help. They will be happy to help you.

Answered Sep 26, 2010
Ask_Sean Says, "why should I continue living" because your a human being and you have the right to live!

And why not talk to someone you really trust about how you feel?

Answered Sep 27, 2010
I would recommend you speak with your GP, there are other options in life other than ending it all. Such as; talking therapy's and/or medication that may help with your low motivation and mood. There is support out there, take the first step by speaking with your GP, it is confidential.. I hope this helps
Answered Mar 27, 2011

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