I agree with most of the responces here, but of course, there are some differences. Suicide is a cry for help. People who have attempted it usually do have problems. But at the same time, they arent nesseccarily "crazy". I have a friend at my school who has been through a lot, and a lot of people found out about her attempting suicide, cutting herself, and her having an eating disorder. Most people gossiped about her, saying she was crazy, and that they were scared of her. A cry for help is just that: asking for help. It does not mean they are to be treated differently or like an outcast. Sure, you should not be rude to them or something just becasue of that, but you should also not regard them as "crazy." I hate the fact that just becasue you have problems, people assume you are suicidal too. Society has gotten out of hand.
I need more time to find the real me...
to fly like the birds... to be set free.