I sympathies with her story. Take responsibility for your actions and feelings in the relationship. If a person is truly suicidal,she is the first one to know herself. If this doesn't work, then you need to talk to your dad about it. Avoid getting into an argument. I mean there are still things to do before having sex. And realize Zoloft may work for a bit and then she may need new meds.
If you're concerned she's a danger to herself, call 911. That is the most likely reason. If you do leave try to stay friends with her because that is what she needs most right now. If she has none of those people, talk to her clinical therapist. If you still feel uncertain and anxious about learning how to break up with someone who is depressed, I encourage you to talk to a counselor. The least you can do is encourage her to get help and inform her family if they are unaware of her condition , after that.
She would become properly medicated and work on her social skills. If being with her is negatively affecting you, then you need to end it. I don't want this anymore. Do not, I repeat, do not, give her any hope for getting back together, so chose your words carefully. But i'm not even sure if i want them myself anyway. So it was bit of a shocker to me for her to lose her virginity like that when she was so strong on her views.
You might not feel the same way, as you've already moved on, but your partner might go in a total frenzy. The best thing my ex did was break it off and make sure I knew that if I ever felt like I was going to kill myself he would be there to listen. Think of your own well being, this relationship could be draining you mentally, you might be very well missing out on meeting your perfect match, And what if you met her, and decided to do the same thing as I did? The foremost issue here is her threats and small attempt of suicide so you should not handle this on your own any more. I am too young for this and it has to end now because I'm starting to get really depressed not good. I did try to feel her up a few times but she got mad and pushed me away. I'm still together with her.
I had to leave work got into trouble for that and we talked and I decided to go back to her because I was worried. Although you may have strong feelings for her, you cannot put your life on hold if you truly feel it is better for you to not be a couple anymore. Remind your boyfriend or girlfriend of their good qualities, their talents, and their interests. I'll put it this way, I'm 22 and my life is hell. Agreed, a relationship is a commitment. Feeling grief and guilt is understandable and normal; just remember that it will become more bearable as time goes on, and there are always people who will be able to help you through this and listen to you. You deserve a life, too.
Make it clear that it cannot work between you two, and she can find happiness elsewhere. I had to make the choice to get help and take control of my health. I lost my way in life and became depressed. You're responsible for you, that's first. Tell them you do not know how to break it off without feeling responsible for her reaction.
I have been dating her for a little over 5 months; we met at our open-door night on our floor at college and started dating at the end of the semester. But let me explain before casting judgement. It is often true that once someone has attempted suicide, they are more likely to try again. Then a few weeks after she left for college, she broke up with me, very seriously. If I was in your shoes, I'd obviously let the guy stay and take care of him but then I'm a girl and when I'm in love I do all I can to make them happy. But going back to what i said earlier about her almost killing herself - Should i wait until she's over this depression to break up with her? Plus what could be better than sharing that special thing with the one person you spend the rest of your life with Awww.
Just leave her and don't look back. It's a valid question, and it holds the answer to the dilemma. I know they're different people — but it's amazing how quickly you can get sucked into someone else's drama. You say you still love her - are you sure you want to break up?? Depression is a serious emotional health issue, and it will probably complicate the breakup. You obviously are not capable of handling her depression nor is your love a very cheesy word, most people say but don't proove it strong enough for her. But you must realize and accept that her willingness to go on living despite disappointment and rejection which we all have is not your responsibility. It can mess a person up, because it's not natural.