I've been keeping my daughter safe for four years now. She is 15. I feel I lost her a long time ago. How can I help her when she doesn't want to be helped? I can't stop her self harming and as for suicide I just make it difficult. I take away tablets when I find them and check on her every 15 mins when she is low, but I can't stop her. Her last attempt was hanging herself in her wardrobe by her dressing gown tie. Each day I feel like I'm dying a bit more. I no longer work, rarely socilaise and her dad is just about ready to throw in the towel. I want to get her through her GCSE's but I don't think I can. I keep telling myself after the exams I'll walk away let her decide. I can't do it forever.
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