Daveroutemaster wrote: ↑Thu Jun 03, 2021 11:10 pm
Just to say that If restrictions are not totally lifted by Sept 1st I am going to parliament square and dousing myself in petrol
I am not living like this - it is not human
Almost 18 months has been stolen from me
Daveroutemaster I feel your frustration too. I followed the rules throughout now and I am absolutely furious that restrictions still have be observed even if an individual gets the vaccine.
I have been severely depressed since age 21 . I am 24 now.
I want to escape this world too because I am revluved at humanity and the world has become during the pandemic.
In the moments when I am at my lowest and suicidal I just remember suicide will turn me in to another statistic which will be forgotten by the world. All the things I have done in my life will be erased .
The people have killed themselves during lockdown are now statistics forgotten by society and only deeply missed by their loved ones. The politicians, the media and society doesn't care about their deaths. I mentioned to my family about suicides, domestic violence that have happened in lockdown. My family member said " More people have died from covid19 than things you just mentioned " . My family member literally didn't care. There many people in this country that have this views . Everyone is fixated on the covid19 deaths the living have been forgotten.
This is what pandemic has created an apathetic population that is blind to the moral decline and harm lockdowns have produced.
If you end your life all you will become is a statistic forgotten by the world and nothing will change from your death.
Here is my advice
- Just enjoy the present and make the most of everyday
- invite friends to your house and watch the England match on Sunday. I am female and I love the euro games.
Society doesn't care about mentally ill people I learnt all throught my life. All these suicide prevention, mental health awareness it is a fake, fake , fake
I am losing my sanity too but remembered you are not alone. You need find people who feel what you feel