Suicidal ideation is thinking about, considering, or planning suicide. It is not a diagnosis, but is a symptom of some mental disorders and can also occur in response to adverse events without the presence of a mental disorder. On suicide risk scales, the range of suicidal ideation varies from fleeting thoughts to detailed planning.
We think we have had them.
Thoughts bordering on the ludicrous.
Yet there are those of us who do this daily.
Trying to tell ourselves we are worthy.
Worthy to be alive.
Worthy to breathe.
Worthy to talk.
Worthy to love.
How many of us realize just how much worth we truly are?