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9 TV Shows, Books, and Movies That Nail Living With Suicidal Thoughts

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Suicidal ideation is lonely and can feel impossible to talk about; it’s hard to describe if you haven’t been there. I remember being desperate for a character who understood what I was feeling, so they could articulate the words I couldn’t.

I found comfort in shared experiences, but it can also be triggering when suicide is depicted in mainstream media. If you’ve dealt with, or currently deal with suicidal ideation, I encourage you to check in with how you’re feeling before engaging with any of the below content.

But if you’re looking for a shared experience, I hope you find it here. 1. Book/Movie: “It’s Kind of A Funny Story” by Ned Vizinni This is my favorite book, because while it’s painfully honest, it’s also funny.

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