If you choose not to have a relationship with someone who has had past mental health issues, doing so without getting to know the person first and the circumstances of the past, then I say you are avoiding out of fear.
I would look at how serious the attempt was, especially being in high school.
See it as the beginning of a discussion you can resurface occasionally.
If you are at an office or shared network, you can ask the network administrator to run a scan across the network looking for misconfigured or infected devices.Their threats might make you feel guilty, scared, or angry, but you can (and should) still end things with them.There are a few ways you can minimize their risk of hurting themselves in the process. Throughout the breakup, be mindful of their safety as well as your own, and don’t forget to take care of your emotional health. I am Pagliacci.” — ‘Watchmen’ excerpt via Patton Oswalt I want to talk frankly about how to support people who are suicidal, from the position of someone who has been suicidal at times herself in her teenage and adult life. And we need a community to help prevent this from happening over and over again.Give them a time you’ll be back in touch, and then follow through. Or read about the police when dealing with rape cases?
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Now, I’ve done some research to try to make this as general as possible, but also please understand that this is a guide around what I’ve found useful with people I know, and found useful as support for myself. Before anything else, figure out where you’re at, and put your oxygen mask on first. Connected to the first tip, don’t tell people struggling with mental health issues to contact you anytime unless you mean it — it may sound reassuring to you, but it really sucks to reach out and then hear nothing back. Maybe come up with a code phrase to communicate if it’s head weasels or a full blown emergency.