suicide and suicidal thoughts
… and everything else in between
These are very real problems and shouldn’t be locked up in a closet somewhere. This is just one of the many, many scenarios of what you may be going through.
Please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 if this is you or someone you know.
Everything is “normal” at first glance.
You could be the shyest person around
or even the most popular girl or boy;
anyone can become a victim.
For no explainable reason,
one day, your life got turned upside down
by someone who is fighting
his or her own demonic battles.
You are living in a nightmare,
day in and day out,
you try to find an escape route
from the dirty words and jokes,
mean looks, and cruel laughs
of those who are not in your shoes.
You cope and deal with it the best way
that you can
but the pain and scar
of the taunting and teasing
is squeezing your life support.
You start doing and thinking things
That has never really crossed your mind before;
you are constantly in a foul mood,
depressed, and stressed.
You suffer alone
in the confines of your room
wishing you could tell a parent or a friend
but for you, it probably wouldn’t matter at this point
because you are at the end of your rope anyway.
You have been a bullying victim for months,
Inside and outside of school.
Even on the social networks,
there is no breath of fresh air for you;
there is no end to the madness.
None. At least not yet.
Everything is in perspective now,
the pain you feel
won’t ease up
until you are out of the picture.