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Re: s*icide thoughts when not depressed deirdrehbrt

Posted by iris2 on September 27, 2004, at 12:18:50

In reply to s*icide thoughts when not depressed, posted by deirdrehbrt on September 25, 2004, at 20:10:47

I usually think more about suicide when I am feeling better. There is more time to reflect on how bad I am feeling and although I am feeling not so depressed when a thought comes along that is negative or something happens thinking about a way out gives me a kind of pressure release
valve. I agree with others it is not at these times I am likely to act. When I am not thinking about suic*** but thinking only of it I am so depressed. I think that is the difference for me. When I am so depressed I am thinking of it and the desire as opposed to thinking about suicide and the concequences. I see the difference as the ability to stop and observe my thoughts as opposed to having unwelcome thoughts that I might act upon.





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