British Teen Dies After Suicide Attempt Due To Coronavirus Fears

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Darkhaven

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How come everytime there's a teenager suicide the chances of autism being lurking on the corner are always super high?
 
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DyslexicForeigner

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I bet she will definitely sue that white bearded man sitting in the throne (cough... cough... sneeze!)
 
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enjolras

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Hum the causes are often complex and multi-dimensional. These articles on sacrificial victims of the virus tend to make it flat, one-sided, adding a misunderstanding to the horror
Or, I’m wrong, misjudging realities?
Besides that, I'm fearing that this virus will become an opportunity of excuses to simplify trajectories, potentially mask surrounding responsabilities, etc
 
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Yeah I saw that story earlier and thought it was strange that a really pretty girl at the prime of her life would ctb over a quarantine that we all know won’t last forever. The quarantines haven’t even been that long either. I suspected that there must be something else going on in her life for her to do that.

Then I read the part about how she has high functioning autism. That explains the suicide. I obviously don’t know her but I suspect she was already struggling in life (article says she had a hard time fitting in with other people) possibly had depression and/or anxiety (people with autism are far more likely to have depression, anxiety, and other mental health issues) and the quarantine was just what pushed her over the cliff even though prior to the quarantine she may very well have already been at the edge of the cliff so to speak.

Without a doubt the quarantines will result in an increase in suicides. A lot of people are already depressed/struggling in life and a quarantine which results in isolation/losing a job/economic insecurity will push a lot of people over the edge.
 
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Fuck I would love to join her. I’m already almost there
 
Jumper Geo

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Here are some video's of women who committed suicide and the second one is models, it just goes to show you if you have good looks and bundles of cash it doesn't matter everyone can suffer from mental health issues and ctb.


 
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Another suicide seemingly connected to C-19, quite high profile.

Early indications are that it was connected with a rail track, which is a common method in Germany.

 
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I can totally understand why. It's still really sad that it tipped her over.

I'm terrified about coping. I've made it a week, by using opiate painkillers and benzos then the ocassional drink in the evening.
How I do this for potentially months I don't know.
I live in a flat alone, no garden. Video chatting with the few people I have isn't helping, I don't want to worry anyone so I keep quiet about how I feel.
It's entirely pointless saying anything to the mental health team.
 
ohhgeeitsme

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Whenever I open up to people about my depression or on a few occasions, wanting to die, they always bring up my attractiveness. It really, really bothers me. People honestly think that just because men want to have sex with me, that's a reason to live. They contradict themselves a lot by making comments about how beauty isn't everything and it'll fade, then think it's crazy how it can't make someone happy. It honestly got very lonely, at least for me. I never feel like men like me for who I am as a person. I've always felt more comfortable around men and have more in common with them, but they almost always want more and it causes a lot of problems. It used to be more flattering years ago because I really didn't get "hot" until my 20's and the attention it brought all of the sudden was definitely very exciting, but I started to see through it very quickly. Now I want people to appreciate and like ME. I would lie if I said I didn't ever enjoy the attention. But it is very superficial and the older and more depressed I get, that kind of attention feels more and more empty to me and does nothing. It is not as fulfilling as people seem to think it is, unless of course you're a narcissist or something. I'm 33 now, but everyone still thinks I'm in my early 20's. Which is no doubt because I've isolated myself the past decade from the anxiety and depression and get very little sun.
 
enjolras

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Your testimonial reminded me of this song, about how being reduced to the appearance can misrepresent and even hurt.
I’m guessing that good looks can help to increase opportunities, but then you’re left to sort out the right from the wrong, to squeeze something meaningful from the choice it drags. You risk aside to be more exposed to some disagreements and unplanned harm to filter and process.
I cannot directly relate since I’m suffering the opposite, of low self-esteem (probably mistaken, even if called cute, I just don’t digest the appreciation with belief) from some physical traits (scars, partial baldness) that puzzle me, taking more importance than I’m sure people give it realistically, it’s just a personal vexed issue.

Anyway, I can totally imagine the other way around and sometimes do. With age, you grow awareness that it gets increasingly important to connect and bound more profoundly. It can become part of a reflection and understanding but I guess you really live it well until it’s reciprocal.

Side note, I know that as a male, I’ll go as far to tell that I often felt as a victim to the society we live in, which is objectifying women beyond what nature invites to. It creates distortions which waste what relationships should be, taking away lots of magic, mysteries, potential. I regret stuff, like the paternalistic organisation we are in, with less freedom and justice often allowed to women, due to principle, and because I see how it’s detrimental to men, outside of “benefits”. I regret pornography, killing the joy of imagination, and for the traumas and misunderstandings it can lead to, etc. Overall, I feel like when you instrumentalize, you dehumanize, it’s a loss for all parties involved, no matter how you cover it behind.
 
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I was harmed by the objectification of women which was by the time I was a young lady already being encouraged heavily in women’s magazines, men’s porn magazines, porn, and on tv especially. I thought I had to look like Carmen Electra to be acceptable lol! When u are young that brainwashing is really powerful. I ended up getting breast implants, couldn't figure out why I wasn’t happy lol! Well now I know why. It’s because living for the shallow fleeting superficial things will leave u empty and devoid of long term meaning. We are being programmed to avoid focusing on things that actually give meaning and long term satisfaction. Relationships that are truly intimate, not just casual sex, family, friends. That’s the only lasting meaning or actually matters in the long run. Sexiness fades, eventually sex gets boring, new partners all the time gets to be tiring. Many of the young attractive women in the suicide video look like they were highly sexualized and had plastic surgery, the Pamela Anderson fake look. Many of them had probably experienced sexual abuse as kids, and parental neglect. They likely at least some of them had borderline personality disorder. Women who have not been sexually abused and loved in a healthy way as kids don’t try so hard to look sexy on the outside to compensate for the lack of what’s missing inside.
 
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TimeToBiteTheDust

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Hi. Sorry if it's not proper to post this here. Anyone knows what happened to OP? I talked to her daily and I'm worried.
 
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Hi. Sorry if it's not proper to post this here. Anyone knows what happened to OP? I talked to her daily and I'm worried.
Oh, my, I just noticed the line through her name (profile no longer found). She's been one of the most prolific, kind-hearted souls on this forum. I hope she's okay.
 
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Oh, my, I just noticed the line through her name (profile no longer found). She's been one of the most prolific, kind-hearted souls on this forum. I hope she's okay.
Me too. I don't know what happened to her.
 
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Your testimonial reminded me of this song, about how being reduced to the appearance can misrepresent and even hurt.
I’m guessing that good looks can help to increase opportunities, but then you’re left to sort out the right from the wrong, to squeeze something meaningful from the choice it drags. You risk aside to be more exposed to some disagreements and unplanned harm to filter and process.
I cannot directly relate since I’m suffering the opposite, of low self-esteem (probably mistaken, even if called cute, I just don’t digest the appreciation with belief) from some physical traits (scars, partial baldness) that puzzle me, taking more importance than I’m sure people give it realistically, it’s just a personal vexed issue.

Anyway, I can totally imagine the other way around and sometimes do. With age, you grow awareness that it gets increasingly important to connect and bound more profoundly. It can become part of a reflection and understanding but I guess you really live it well until it’s reciprocal.

Side note, I know that as a male, I’ll go as far to tell that I often felt as a victim to the society we live in, which is objectifying women beyond what nature invites to. It creates distortions which waste what relationships should be, taking away lots of magic, mysteries, potential. I regret stuff, like the paternalistic organisation we are in, with less freedom and justice often allowed to women, due to principle, and because I see how it’s detrimental to men, outside of “benefits”. I regret pornography, killing the joy of imagination, and for the traumas and misunderstandings it can lead to, etc. Overall, I feel like when you instrumentalize, you dehumanize, it’s a loss for all parties involved, no matter how you cover it behind.
I love the song!!!!!! thank you
 
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