Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

idk what to do anymore

Collapse
X
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • idk what to do anymore

    So, basically my parents forced me to dropout of hs months ago. I've lost all my friends and my gf because of this. My parents haven't even put me in GED classes. I have to work full time and pay them rent. I've been in a depressed state ever since I've dropped out. I stay in my room all the time when I'm not working, and I've realized that I'm pushing my family members away. I'm not living for anything anymore. No education, no dreams, no aspirations. I don't want to live this life anymore. I don't wanna live at all anymore. if you are to recommend something, don't recommend the national suicide hotline cause they don't help. And I've told my parents how I feel and they've said they don't care what happens to me. So theres only one real option right?

  • #2
    I want to say how sorry I am that you are in so much pain. Being forced to leave a place where you can connect with your friends everyday sounds devastating and lonely. It's completely understandable that you're feeling the things you're feeling! While it may seem hopeless at the moment, there are many resources available to you. You're already doing something great for yourself by reaching out for support (and working as hard as you do at a full-time job)! I'm not sure what circumstances led your parents to make you drop out, but re-enrolling in high school may be an option. If poor grades were a factor in your parents' decision, this may be an opportunity to tell them what an eye-opening experience this has been and now you're motivated to work harder in school. Additionally, GED classes are most likely something you can seek out on your own since you're making your own money. Getting in contact with your high school to find out where to start may be helpful. Also, if you live in NJ and are 16 or older you can consent to therapy without authorization from your parents/guardians. You deserve extra support in coping with this! I'm glad you have the number for the National Suicide Hotline in case you're really feeling unsafe. You can also call 911 if you feel in danger of seriously hurting yourself. Please reach out to us at 888-222-2228 via call/text if you'd like to talk more! Thank you for contacting 2NDFLOOR Youth Helpline!

    Comment


    • #3
      Dear idk what to do anymore,
      I would like to contact you or have you contact me. I have alot of teens that also cannot get the help they need although they are screaming as loud as they can.
      I will keep every confidential and can understand exactly where you are coming from. If u need immediate help do not be afraid to call 911.

      Comment

      Previously entered content was automatically saved. Restore or Discard.
      Auto-Saved
      Mad :mad: Stick Out Tongue :p Wink ;) Big Grin :D Embarrassment :o Smile :) Frown :( Confused :confused: Roll Eyes (Sarcastic) :rolleyes: Cool :cool: EEK! :eek:
      x
      Insert: Thumbnail Small Medium Large Fullsize Remove  
      x
      x

      Please enter the six letters or digits that appear in the image below.

      Registration Image Refresh Image


      Please note: For the safety of our users, all posts and replies are moderated and will not appear on the site until reviewed by a moderator.


      Working...
      X