Boredom is relieved by the antidote of thrills. Almost all that we do other than normal duty, such as school work, job, home work are to relieve boredom. Spiritual saints revel in bliss. Rest of us hunt for remedies to relieve boredom beginning with toys in childhood. Entertainment indoor and outdoor, recreation and parties, hobbies and passion give thrills that relieve boredom.
No and yes. Generally, persistent thoughts about suicide (whether personalized or not) would be considered suicidal ideation. However, the issue becomes much more urgent if the thoughts are specific to a person ending his or her own life.
No, it's not. Just because you think about suicide doesn't mean you want to commit suicide. I mean, if you think about joining the army a lot [sorry, I know it's a bad example] doesn't necessarily mean you want to be in the army. I think about that, too, but that doesn't mean I want to go kill myself. Share your thoughts with a close friend or something. Chances are, they've thought about it, too.
Suicide Ideation is a common feature of many mental health problems.
Suicidal Ideation (SI) refers to the thoughts about taking one's own life with some degree of intent. SI with some intent does not necessarily mean that a person is an imminent risk to self; further assessment is needed. It is imperative that all SI is taken seriously and explored to determine the level of risk. A professional clinician should assess the plan, motivation, and level of intent to determine the intervention needed, if any.
Yes and No.
Statistically speaking people who tell others about wanting to suicide, or take some pills then call an ambulance, generally most of the time just want help.
Most suicides of people actually dying, no one ever even new there was anything wrong, they just find them dead.
I think the point is that suicidal ideation is a symptom of a mental health issue that should be looked into. Most ppl might think about suicide but to ideate it means it is a persistant thought.
Pathological liarsA pathological liar is someone who consistently lies (about anything- from the most mundane subject to detailed stories). They are very insecure people who lie to present themselves better than they really are.
For Ex: If you sold 20 chocolate bars, you say you sold 25, if you sold 25 you say you sold 30, they are never good enough, it can always be BETTER Therefore you need the lies to show a better image of yourself.
A pathological liar often believes the lies he is telling, he manages to convince himself they are true, in comparison to a compulsive liar who will lie for any reason, and knows they are lies but apparently can't stop himself from doing so.
Why the lie is more difficult, a pathological liar may not know he lies, he may believe himself to be as honest and trustworthy as anyone else. But a liar in general lies to make himself sound better and to avoid confrontation, and disappointing people.
Why it happens:They can't help themselves. sometimes they say something before they think. then they don't want to tell you it was incorrect even when they realize they lied because they don't want you to think of them as a bad person. Some of them actually believe their own lies until someone can show them proof that they are wrong. (this is how some people pass the lie detector test.) The sad truth is that most of them lie to build themselves up because they feel worthless. When they lie to you and you find out they lied, don't get mad. Sit down with them and tell them you know, tell them that you are still their friend no matter what, and let them know they are worth something to you. Make sure to tell them that it hurts your feelings when they lie and that it makes you feel like they think you are not worth the truth. This may make them realize that they don't want to make you feel the same bad way that they feel. Just don't let them get away with lying to you because they will think that there is nothing wrong with lying to you. (if this is a boyfriend or girlfriend, break it off now before you are too attached to do so. tell them you still want to be their friend, but you can't be with someone you can not trust. Without trust, there simply is no relationship.) You are worth the truth, and they need to realize that. If after you have reminded them of this fact more than 5 times they still lie, then they have proven to you that they don't care enough about you to stop lying to you. At that point they should be demoted from friend to acquaintance.
anyone can be suicidal, if you or someone you know is thinking about suicide please call the Lifeline, a suicide hotline network at 1-800-273-TALK.
Get therapy for your problem, it isn't something you can just get over. A therapist can help you find ways to overcome your compulsive lying and help you figure out how to win back your friends and family.