In the process of coming off of painkillers after a major surgery. The depression and suicidal feelings are worse than the physical agony. Just hoping that someone can help me hang on. I went through this before 4 years ago when I had another major surgery so I know what it's like. But no matter how much I know, it's like I still deny that the depression and suicidal feelings are a symptom of the detox. In my mind, nothing will ever be good again and I truly want to die. Has anyone out there had these powerful feelings during detox? If so, please, help me hang on just for a little while longer.
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