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Is it possible to stop being suicidal without professional help or antidepressants?
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Dr. Lawrence Smith
Clinical Psychology
In brief: It might be, but ...
Why risk it? The stakes are so high with suicide that it is not recommended that a person who is at risk of committing suicide be left alone to try to get better. If a person is imminently suicidal, it's an emergency.
A mental health professional can assist in determining the level of risk and an appropriate safety/treatment plan.

In brief: It might be, but ...
Why risk it? The stakes are so high with suicide that it is not recommended that a person who is at risk of committing suicide be left alone to try to get better. If a person is imminently suicidal, it's an emergency.
A mental health professional can assist in determining the level of risk and an appropriate safety/treatment plan.
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