Is it normal to want to die because partener is leaving me

Want to die,partner is want to leave me and so now I'll have nothing.

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  • You know how you were alive before you were with your partner, and everything was just fine. Well there’s the truth.

    You are looking at it wrong. What it means is you get to find a new one, and new is good, novelty is existence.

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  • No it's not normal if you're thinking about dying please get appropriate help.

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  • No stupid partner is worth killing yourself over, OP!

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  • It's ok that events make you sad. But cutting it short will limit you to enjoying other events later.

    Its gonna hurt like a bitch but you will bounce back. Just takes some time.

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  • No. It sounds like you are an incredibly emotionally unstable person, like someone with BPD. Relationships end that is human nature and anyone who isnt equipped to handle not having full control over another person and accepting that feelings change and people leave should not be dating. I hope you are not burdening your partner with threats of suicide as that is highly manipulative and a terrible thing to do. If you cant handle something like this you need psychological support.

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  • People like you are too fragile to survive anyways.

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  • I understand that the feeling is crushing, but you WILL survive this, and it will all be okay in the end! It is likely for the best and in time when you've healed, you'll be able to recognize this. It's okay to grieve the relationship and process your emotions, but please don't make an irreversible decision in the heat of the moment. Your life is worth so much more than that!

    I won't lie, it's going to suck for awhile, but it will also get better, and in time you won't even think about them anymore. Reminds me of this Alan Parsons Project song (Sooner or Later), which describes it pretty well: https://youtu.be/hhoUMnUEJjY

    Don't be afraid to seek help if you need it, and spend time with other people you care about (and if you don't have anyone, try getting involved in something you're passionate about, or with others that have similar values to you, to connect with people) and doing things you enjoy doing. The busier you stay, the more you'll be able to take your mind off of it as well.

    Trust me though, it WILL get better, and the pain you are experiencing is only temporary! It may not seem that way right now, but this too shall pass! When one door closes, another one opens, and there is likely something better in store for you the you don't realize yet.

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  • Slaavirtual.org should help you get the support you need.

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