I was recently hospitalized for severe depression/anxiety, and suicidal thoughts. I spent 5 days in an inpatient behavioral health unit at our local hospital. I was given overwhelming support by my husband and my sister-in-law. They told me they would be there for me no matter what, they just wanted me to get better. Since my release, I had support for the first two days or so, but now it is gone again. I feel the same as when I went into the hospital, if not worse, only now, I will not go through the crisis center again. It was horrible. I am severly depressed, and contemplating suicide again. Although my family is unaware of this, because I have no support now. It's like they just figured I was all better now, since I was released by the hospital, so they no longer care, or understand me. How do I get through these thoughts and long dark days with out any support?
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