I'm struggling a lot with life at the moment my husband has left me after 13 years together. No good enough reason at all. I'm scared I'm going to harm myself I've sent the kids to stay with him and all I wanna do is go to bed and never wake up. It's selfish of me I no but I feel I have no choice the pain is killing me. I've stoped all my medications. I've never really been loved and I thought he did but he didn't how do I move on when I don't no what I've done wrong.
Hi there. Firstly a huge supportive hug. Do you have access to any MH support? Have you family or friends you can talk to. Keep posting here and please remember it all feels so acute and raw now because it is.
Hi sammymickyvicky, could you call someone to talk to about your feelings? Maybe Mind or the samaratians. I can find you the numbers if you need.
If you feel you are going to harm yourself immediately, call 999. If you want to see a dr, your practice will have an out of hours plan or NHS direct can get you in touch with a doctor. You can get help today.
Hi op, I hope you're coping ok at the moment. Is there anything you can do in the way of self care? Try and relax for an hour or two?? 💜 you'll be ok in the end I promise. People worth your time wouldn't hurt you the way you've been hurt. Keep talking to us please xx
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Sammy - I understand how you are feeling right now not wanting to be here, but having also gone through a v. dramatic separation I can also tell you it will get better and that being single in and of itself it actually okay. I also know how much harder it is when the house is empty, can you call someone IRL?
Am a bit that Mumsnet powers that be deleted my thread for talking of similar stuff but this doesn't though. Not that I think it should be just feeling a bit despairing myself.