What do I do I'm a 12 year who wants to commit suicide

Hi im henry and I feel really depressed.I have been lying about my homework to my parents I have gotten in trouble so many times and my teacher I feel like she hates me.I also feel really depressed and upset to the extent that I want to kill myself and I dont want to tell anybody about that especially my parents.I also want to call lifeline (people who you can talk to about these situations) privately but im scared my parents will find out. Please help me someone
Jadenross
Asked Aug 06, 2013
i may be 11 year old but dont do it think of happy times and tell a doctor and you may be scared but do it for your family and people that think of you
Don't do it Im an 11 year old and I wonder about suicide but then I relies Life is a gift god gave to me and Im gonna keep that gift until it wears out :) and If your teacher hates you just be nicer bring her an apple sometimes just like 1 every 2 weeks and about lieing with your homework just tell the truth you would feel a lot better I hope I can save your life :) and Talk to your parents about this they will help you get "undepressed" Just do the things I told you and you will feel better I might be 11 but Im really good at helping people in these situations....I helped myself
cutiepatutie123
Answered Aug 06, 2013
Don't do it dude, I've had times when I've felt like I've hit rock bottom.
Can you explain why it is you lie about your homework?
If it is too difficult then seek some help, there's no harm in asking and if you confide in your teacher then she will have far more respect for you...Your friends are you best weapon at the mo, talk to them about lifes troubles. maybe they can help. Or just find fun things to do, try joining a sports team or something
You know what would help you? Counselling. If not there's online counselling for free. Go on this website.
http://www.kidshelp.com.au/teens/get-help/email-counselling/email-us.php

A_Z
Answered Aug 06, 2013
Henry please I know it all seems tough but please I beg you hang in there ok
Smithbob
Answered Aug 07, 2013
Is life to you that worthless? Just because you lie about homework and there are people who doesn't like you? Pitty I'd say. Everyone have a different story not everyone's life is perfect its just the way you see it. I am 17 sexually harassed at the age 9 and you dont know what impression it has on me. I had been bullied for a life time now but sweatheart life doest come with second chances. Just rise your head high and make your own distinction. Be around people who value you and don't give a damn about those low lives who doesn't know about what life even is :)
serena143
Answered Oct 03, 2013
Remember this that the Life always gives you second chances. So please don't give up hope.
rickiejones88
Answered Oct 03, 2013
Hun I know what your saying I have been in that same place I tried to committ suicide twice and people kept saying it will get better and it did for a bit then it got twice as bad as it was before but then it got better again and so on I guess what I'm trying to say here is that it will get better but at times it will feel worse than ever trust me last friday my cousin committed suicide its not nice I now realise the impact it has on people your life will get better I promise and sometimes it will feel twice as bad as ever but focus on something you will be a better person when you come out the other side of this
paigemweatheral
Answered Oct 23, 2013
i feel the same exact way i'v lied about my homework my teacher hates me(and 2 others who are guys)she only likes the girls idk why she is so rude to me I'm normally quiet in the class she just rude....just don't kill yourself you'll get through it even though I feel like dying but we'll be able to get through this it may seem ruff but we'll pull through I know you will be okay
faithlessangel
Answered Oct 24, 2013
Okay, I can't pretend to know what I'm doing here, but I'll give whatever advice I can in case you can use it:

You're smart for thinking about lifeline and for looking for answers on chat. If it's hard to talk to someone in person, there are plenty of people online and even in these comments who would listen and give encouragement. You can remain completely anonymous in an online conversation and could make a good friend, just so long as you're careful with your personal information.

Do your parents go out or do you get much privacy? Call lifeline when there's a chance of no one being around. Use a phone other than your parents' if that will give you the courage to get help. Because you're twelve, I can't promise that your parents will never find out, but talking to someone who is trained for these situations will be a relief and you will at least have someone on your side who can help you recover.

You don't have to reveal everything. If you're trying to protect your parents, just letting them know about the occasional problem at school might make them more understanding. They might even have solutions. (For example, I didn't want anyone to know I was picked on a bit in grade school, but when the principal finally found out, she was great about it and managed to stop most of the bullying.)

Remember, parents are really invested in their kids and can often sense when something's wrong, whether you tell them or not. So it will probably be easier on them to know the reasons for why you feel a certain way.

I don't know how your family and friends are, but if they don't always handle your problems well, remember that they just don't know how and that they care about you.

Remember that your teacher has problems of her own and would probably feel awful if she knew she had upset you this much. If you're afraid of her, consider sending a spy (a classmate or another teacher) to politely mention to your teacher that they're worried about you or that they wish she was easier on you. Having someone stick up for you will make it easier. Again, you decide who you can trust, but having allies can decrease a lot of problems.

Look into study help if you want to fix things up with your homework before it becomes a bigger issue. (Although, you didn't hear it from me, but a lot of homework in grade school is a waste of time and doesn't teach anything. Just learn how to work hard and enjoy learning and try to remember that no one from high-school onward cares what your academic record was at age 12.)

Find something that belongs only to you. This is the best advice I can think of. I don't know if you're a private person like me, but I know how the world can sometimes feel like it's beating you over the head with a shovel. This might sound corny, but make room in your brain for what matters to you, and not just for what matters to the people around you. Find a special hide-out where you can unwind and look after yourself when life gets tough. Do an activity that you love, whether it's art, sports, music, writing, or anything. Keep it sacred. Make sure that you have at least one important thing that's separate from school, homework etc., and use it to make yourself happy. Remind yourself of the things that make life interesting.

Keep living at all costs. You're worth it.

All the best.
Amy3422
Answered Mar 06, 2014
I Need to Suicide and I'm 12... I Hate My Family I can't live in this world anymore...fuck life better suicide then feeling pains..I Need To do it Sorry guys
fraacds
Answered Jun 24, 2015
Fucking hell wait till you're 24, life is easy at 12 kid.
I am so sorry to hear of your situation. There are so many young ones who feel the way that you do. There is a website www.jw.org. that has an entire section just for young ones that addresses many of the issues you face. I hope you take the time to look at it. This is just one of many articles that addresses the way you feel when it comes to the thought of suicide:

When You Feel Like Giving Up on Life
EACH year tens of thousands of people in the United States alone attempt to take their own life. The Bible gives a fundamental reason why many are in such a state of despair. It explains that we live in “critical times hard to deal with.” People feel the pressures of life with great intensity. (2 Timothy 3:1; Ecclesiastes 7:7) When a person is overwhelmed by life’s anxieties, he may contemplate suicide as a means to escape pain. What can you do if you have had such thoughts?

You Are Not Alone!

Even though your situation may seem desperate, remember that you are not alone and that sadly nearly everyone is coping with some type of problem today. The Bible states: “All creation keeps on groaning together and being in pain together.” (Romans 8:22) While in the short term it may seem that your problem will never be resolved, things often do improve with the passing of time. In the meantime, what can help?

Share your feelings with a mature, trusted friend. The Bible says: “A true companion is loving all the time, and is a brother that is born for when there is distress.” (Proverbs 17:17) The righteous man Job, described in the Bible, opened up to others during his period of turmoil. When he felt what he referred to as “a loathing toward my life,” he stated: “I will give vent to my concern about myself. I will speak in the bitterness of my soul!” (Job 10:1) Confiding in others can diminish the intensity of your emotions, and it may give you a fresh perspective on the problems you face.*

Pour out your heart to God in prayer. Some have the idea that prayer is just a psychological crutch, but the Bible says otherwise. Psalm 65:2 calls Jehovah God the “Hearer of prayer,” and 1 Peter 5:7 says: “He cares for you.” The Bible repeatedly stresses the importance of relying on God.
here2help
Answered Jun 24, 2015
Use the Suicide Helpline when your parents are at work.
Thom33
Answered Jun 24, 2015
Sounds like you've been getting bored with life. I'd just find something fun to get intressed in like football or basket? (Idk what boys like) but you need to get yourself intressed in life again before you fll into a proper dpression
The_Lost_Soul
Answered Nov 19, 2015
I'm alone I help everyone but nobody help me and teachers are also hate me, seriously I'malone I have no one to share my problem
KOSHIKI
Answered Nov 15, 2016
Despite all the difficulties I have to live, I lost my parents when I was 12, got into an orphanage, there were many difficulties but they need to learn to overcome.
Yegua
Answered Jan 06, 2021

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