Absolutely. This is your whole monthly dose, right? 100 mg every morning? a full 30 doses?
But you might not get that lucky. You might survive but have your liver or kidneys destroyed, or be horribly brain damaged instead. If you took or someone you know that, call 911. Sticking your finger down your throat won't get it all up and this could still happen.
If you're thinking of suicide, please call your counselor if you have one.
secondly, please go here:
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...years from now, when you look back, you will be amazed you felt this way...if you're still here. Believe me, I've BEEN there---totally, absolutely--and I've worked with many many people who have, too. But that's the problem: As they say, suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem.
Cops and paramedics say many people who commit suicide die with a surprised look on their face, because they really were counting on being rescued, or were wanting a rest from pain---but didn't realize it was forEVER.
If you're really planning to die, or seriously thinking about it, what's a little more time to check these sites out? And if you're sure life isn't worth living, prove it by talking to them first. And if you're sure no one can help, I dare you to let them try.
Please. You're worth it....and you, too, if you're reading this to see what people said to the person who asked this question. If I hadn't survived my attempt--because I got lucky and it didn't work--I wouldn't be here to tell you this. But I am, and I would never have guessed it would ever get any better.
It does. It takes time, but it does. Depression can come back, too, but if you get treatment again, each time is shorter and milder than the last.
work experience. training, web sites. LIFE experience.