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Often those who think about suicide are depressed. Usually very sensitive people, they may have been in despair, feeling hopeless about the future and unable to think straight. Everyday worries have become totally out of proportion, and dark thoughts may have left no room for anyone or anything else.
Suicidal feelings may be linked to being depressed. Depression is a serious illness but can be successfully treated with anti-depressant medication and/or 'talking and listening treatments'. Further information about depression and its treatment can be obtained from our colleagues at the Charlie Waller Memorial Trust.