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SEVERE DEPRESSION...........Suicidal Thoughts and 'quick fix' action

Depression, we all know is treatable, through counseling, positive response actions and prayers.  Depression becomes deadly when the person suffering it is allowed to bear the pains alone.  

When they suffer silently, then planning suicide and executing it without someone knowing is easy.

Depression is a common but serious disease that ranges widely in severity. If you have a milder case, you may struggle with symptoms that include sadness, irritability, anger, and fatigue that last for weeks or longer. 

But some cases of depression are more severe, with intense symptoms that may include significant appetite and weight loss, sleep problems, and frequent thoughts of death or suicide. Such depression can be paralyzing. 

One sign of a severe depression occurs when the victim chooses to isolate himself from people, indulging in over-thinking and wrong meditation.  Thoughts of death and something happening to them is wrong meditation that should be cancelled immediately the thought comes into a person's heart.

It must not be accepted or meditated upon, because it the devil seeking the person's permission to kill him or her.  Once that thought is accepted and meditated upon, then the next level is to start planning the suicide action itself.

Wrong emotions like thoughts of death must be shares with a trusted, but spiritually matured person that can counter the thoughts and if possible command the spirit out of the person, if he has authority.  

For people who are severely depressed, suicide is a real threat. Each year, about 30,000 people in the U.S. take their own lives, although the true number may be higher. Some suicides go unrecognized because they're classified as accidents, drug overdoses, or shootings. 

When ever you see yourself or friend, relatives talking Talking about wanting to die or wanting to kill themselves, or when you see them:

1. Looking for a way to kill yourself, such as searching online for methods or buying a gun
2. Talking about feeling hopeless or having no reason to live
3. Talking about feeling trapped or in unbearable pain
4. Talking about being a burden to others
5. Increasing use of alcohol or drugs
6. Acting anxious or agitated; behaving recklessly
7. Sleeping too little or too much
8. Withdrawing or feeling isolated
9. Showing rage or talking about seeking revenge
10. Displaying extreme mood swings



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