I don't really know if I should be here since I haven't actually been affected by a "successful" suicide attempt, but my older sister just tried again for the 3rd time this past weekend. She plans it out for a week, does research, leaves a note. But thank God after she does it, usually by overdosing on her meds, she calls someone to help her. This time she took 50 of her Paxil and said the only reason she called for help is because she started vomiting and didn't like it. She also left $1000 on her 16 year old son's dresser and told him to buy something great for himself. She claims she can't promise she won't try again. She is 43 years old. WHY????? What can I do for her? I refuse to bury my older sister and have my son lose the best aunt in the world. Please help!
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