National Youth Violence Prevention Week on April, 2020: how many pain killers is enough to kill yourself?
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Its normal to feel that way but things get better if you fight to make them better you have control over what happens in your life. you choose to be successful and make something of yourself and to avoid negative people who bring you down in the past. BTW I am 20 and in college and lived with my abusive mother till 2010 but now am on my own and choose whether to involve people who hurt me in the past. Do not try and kill yourself. You can make a good future for yourself if ya put the effort into doing something positive. People go through worse. Call local abuse agency, tell more people about the abuse, you can get help! You do not have to end your life, so many people will miss you also, do you really want to leave your lasting mark as a statistic.P.S. if you tried and failed there is a reason why you are still here.
Suicide is the third leading cause of death among adolescents and teenagers. According to the National Institute for Mental Health about 8 out of every 100,000 teenagers committed suicide in 2000. For every teen suicide death, experts estimate there are 10 other teen suicide attempts.
In a survey of high school students, the National Youth Violence Prevention Resource Center found that almost 1 in 5 teens had thought about suicide, about 1 in 6 teens had made plans for suicide, and more than 1 in 12 teens had attempted suicide in the last year. As many as 8 out of 10 teens who commit suicide try to ask for help in some way before committing suicide, such as by seeing a doctor shortly before the suicide attempt.
P.s. pain killers like ibuprofen (aka Advil) and Tylenol don't kill you, they take weeks to shut down your liver and you end up waiting on a transplant list waiting. Also your body makes you super sick to your stomach and your tend to throw up when you take too many, P.s. when you are in the hospital you must go to the psych ward for at least a few days till your deemed safe to yourself and your family or guardian is safe to go home to. Then you must go to an outpatient program for at least 6 weeks or till your insurance denies covering it or till you get involved and show you are no longer a danger to yourself.
I know I took a 48 extra strength Tylenol and didn't throw any up, woke up the next morning but was not able to keep my eyes open, mom made me go to school (she did not know), my friends told the guidance counselor, I went to see her because I knew I couldn't do school, Ended up in the hospital, because my friends told the guidance counselor, and I spent 4 days detoxing being told I was going to need a liver transplant by every doctor, but miraculously I am fine today and doing well, I also spent 5 days in psych ward with some scary people and had to go to out-patient program for 6 weeks or more. The therapy helped fix all the issues that I had and I was lucky to have put the the effort into making a change.
self abuse hotlines if there are any?
SAFE (Self Abuse Finally Ends) Alternatives Program
1-800-DONT CUT (1-800-366-8288)
National Adolescent Suicide Hotline
National Association for Children of Alcoholics
National Child Abuse Hotline
National Domestic Violence Hotline
National Drug Abuse Hotline
National Youth Crisis Hotline
Hope & Help for young people who are the relatives & friends of a problem drinker.
Alcohol/Drug Abuse Hotline
Be Sober Hotline
Center for the Prevention of School Violence
Boys Town National Hotline
Child Abuse Hotline
Cocaine Help Line
24 Hour Cocaine Hotline
Domestic Violence Hotline
Eating Disorders Awareness and Prevention
1-800-931-2237 (Hours: 8am-noon daily, PT)
Eating Disorders Center
Gay & Lesbian National Hotline
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender (GLBT) Youth Support Line
Healing Woman Foundation (Abuse)
Help Finding a Therapist
Panic Disorder Information Hotline
Pregnancy Hotline (National)
Pregnant & Young Hotline
TalkZone (Peer Counselors)
Yellow Ribbon Suicide Prevention Program
Youth Crisis Hotline
What are my chances of acceptance into University of Michigan?
Michigan is a very difficult school to get into nowadays, but with your profile, I would have to classify you as a match; meaning you have a pretty good shot at acceptance. Your ACT and EC's are a little bit lacking, but your GPA and course rigor is great (and lucky for you, are also the biggest factors in UM's admission standards). Good luck!