It can take a lot of strength to admit you could take your own life and it can take even more to admit it to someone else.
Email Counselling, is not the best approach for you, you need more immediate help.
You could dial 999
You could talk to the Samaritans
You could call a friend right now
You could find a local face to face counsellor
Although I feel concerned for you, I also feel hope or you wouldn't be here now reading this ... there is a part of you looking for a way to hold on to life.
Many Online Counselling sites discourage and try to screen out people with suicidal thoughts, and while agreeing that it's not the best approach and while strongly encouraging you to try a more immediate form of contact … you are welcome to send an email.
As we have said above to take your own life requires strength. To admit you are prepared to take it can take even more strength...
Perhaps you don't have that strength right now to talk about it with someone face to face? …
May be Email Counselling will be a half way stepping stone and together we can give you the strength you need to talk to someone closer and more local? …
But please read the following disclaimer it's important to understand it.
Central England Counselling cannot be held responsible for helping you manage a crisis using email counselling, because of the delays involved. If you experience strong feelings of distress, have an emergency or life threatening situation, during the course of email counselling, sending an email message is not an appropriate action. Incoming email may only be checked once per day (excluding local holidays). In the event of an emergency or an acute emotional crisis you must manage the crisis by using resources other than those offered by Central England Counselling.