this isnt directly only to depression but also to SI, but, how would you react if you found out that one of your children has SI'd for 7 years and has consequently been on antidepressants for 6 months so far? would you feel guilt cos your child couldn't come to you for all those years? how would you react? im 19 and want to tell my parents as life is very tough for me at the minute but im scared at how they would react - whether they'd be disappointed at me, even hate me for what i've done to myself or blame themselves which i do not want them to do. i dont live with them anymore because im at uni and think that my dad would force me to leave if he knew - i couldnt live back home again even though i was considering it yesterday. any advice is welcome, just wondered what you would do as a parent. thankyou in advance for comments and for even reading this post.
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