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PND 3 years on , suicidal

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Jamtoasty Sat 28-Oct-17 22:51:47

I have 2 under 5, I'm currently on my bed after 9 hours on and off crying and having suicidal thoughts.
I haven't felt this low since my 2nd was born .

In these 3 years I've had a very low time , it got a bit better when my eldest started nursery .

I resisted the antidepressants after my youngest was born because I wanted to get over it myself . And I felt I had.
I'm now almost 3 years on and I'm on the verge of ending myself .....
I don't want to I don't want to die . But many in a lot of back pain and things get really low for me and today has been my lowest since 2014 ...
Please any advice anything I go from low to high , high to low .

Herschellmum Sun 29-Oct-17 11:00:23

Is there anyone there with you? Or anyone you can call. You need to talk about who you feel? If not please contact the samaritans or contact them anyway.

This is your mental illness talking, remember that, you can beat it but you need help, admitting is the first step so well done.

QOD Sun 29-Oct-17 11:01:52

Please confide in someone and seek help from your gp

TwilightToniMumsnet (MNHQ) Sun 29-Oct-17 14:12:54

Hello OP, we are really sorry to hear you are feeling this way.

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