How Many People Have Committed Suicide on This Forum?

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    1. jdjd09

      jdjd09 Member

      Seriously, for those people with moderate to severe tinnitus and hearing loss, how many have committed suicide? Are there any post about people doing it on here? I don't see how someone can live a normal life with offcentered hearing and tinnitus. I see people do it I guess, I just don't see how one can live a normal life like this anymore.
       
    2. Sebastians

      Sebastians Member

      Tinnitus Since:
      13/10/2015
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      Guitars, loud girls and guns
      What difference would that possibly make?
      There's people committing suicide over hair loss, being bullied at school, losing their job etc.
      And there's people with extreme T and hearing loss who soldier on regardless.
       
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    3. jdjd09

      jdjd09 Member

      It matters because the question matters to me.
       
    4. Atlantis

      Atlantis Member

      Tinnitus Since:
      02/2014
      According to statistics, tinnitus sufferers don't commit suicide more than healthy counterparts. Your question doesn't serve any purpose.
       
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    5. snow86
      Surrender

      snow86 Member Benefactor

      Location:
      Germany
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      2006 - Extreme T since 12/2013
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      see "information" on profile page. Crippled by extreme T
      You wrote in your other thread that your T doesnt really bother you. You just keep obsessing over that medium hearing loss and you dont give a shit about any of the countless advice that has been given to you. (Hearing aids etc). You just chose to ignore it ("I will maybe try hearing aids at some point)

      There are many people on this board in far worse condition than you, who are actually at risk of suicide.
      But I dont see them opening threads like these.

      Seriously, stop acting like an idiot.
       
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    6. ReyKalinic

      ReyKalinic Member

      Location:
      NImes
      Tinnitus Since:
      2004/05
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      Triggered by TN
      i'm the next. tinnitus + trigeminal nevralgia + loss drugs efficacy = 11 years of agony and now nothing. I fought for nothing. happy easter
       
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    7. Ed209

      Ed209 Member Benefactor

      Tinnitus Since:
      07/2015
      Snow, there's no need to be so harsh! The guy is obviously suffering and in a bad way. People can be irrational - perceived as annoying - when in a state like this. The guy needs help not abuse; the last time I checked it was called a support forum.

      @jdjd09

      The stats don't matter. I know you said none of the Drs listened to you, but it's not the end of the road. Have you tried going private? There is help out there, you've just got to find it. I wish you well, but you need to stop looking into suicide and find the help you need.
       
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    8. Dutchy
      Not worthy

      Dutchy Member Benefactor

      Location:
      Netherlands
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      12/2014
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      Neuronmodulation suggests noise induced?
      This is not really a question that belongs on a support forum,well IMO.
       
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    9. Sebastians

      Sebastians Member

      Tinnitus Since:
      13/10/2015
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      Guitars, loud girls and guns
      @jdjd09
      Maybe you should rephrase that question in a more positive sense:
      'how many people have mild to moderate T and hearing loss and are still succesful in life?'

      Just of the top of my head, i'd say Paul Gilbert, an outstanding musician, funny guy and still pursueing his dreams and career...

      I will refrain from answering your initial question as it leads to nowhere. Thanks for your understanding.
       
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    10. Ed209

      Ed209 Member Benefactor

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      07/2015
      I'll agree with this and add that Paul Gilbert is a legend in the guitar world. He just puts ear muffs on nowadays and carries on. He says he can't hear any highs at all; cymbals, hi-hats are all completely gone. He also has trouble hearing people speak, yet he is as happy as Larry. An all round nice guy.

      Another example is guitar legend Tommy Emmanuel, whom I only learnt had severe hearing loss at one of his master classes. Before then I had no idea, yet he has an ear better than most normal hearing people. Quite an exceptional human being as well.
       
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    11. Sebastians

      Sebastians Member

      Tinnitus Since:
      13/10/2015
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      Guitars, loud girls and guns
    12. Path Maker

      Path Maker Member Benefactor

      Tinnitus Since:
      12/2015
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      acoustic
      @jdjd09

      I have lurked on TinnitusTalk for a couple of months. I eventually planned to maybe join. YOU are the one who has prompted me to come forth.

      First, a note to the ENTIRE forum. I hereby declare my infinite and boundless gratitude for this entire community, its caring, its helpfulness, its honesty, its moderators who keep it going, its posters who take their time to disseminate an amazing resource of information, and its “fellow” sufferers, who share their pain, their fears, their anxieties in such a raw and honest way (tinnitus has a way of opening the honesty floodgates, huh? and breaking down these foolish cultural facades we’ve all incorporated to one degree or another as we go through life). This place is … HELPFUL.

      Me? Yes, I have it. Yes, I’ve suffered. Yes, I’m coping, and hoping. But this post is not about me and this tinnitus, which, though it can some days eclipse most everything, is and always will be the merest sliver of who I am. That said … all hard things that happen to us can, over time and with attention, become agents of positive change if we work with them.

      And, THAT said, if I could be the one to push the button and make THIS affliction disappear from the cosmos forevermore, well, I’ll be first in that line, and I’d beat an Olympic runner to get there. So, silver lining and all, I am not here to Pollyanna or gloss over the hurtfulness of all this.

      Okay, now, jdjd09, YOU are who I am here for in this, my opening post. I have been reading you for a few weeks now, and you have crawled into my heart and stuck there. I would like to reach across this internet screen and enfold you in a fierce motherly hug such as you may seldom or never have really known. I am, for the record, old enough to be your mother. Also, for the record, I believe that we are ALL ONE and ALL HERE FOR EACH OTHER. Let’s dispense with “family as genetic ties” here and just all exist in the grace of our shared humanity.

      Yes, jdjd09, here is my hug. Please stop your non-stop mind for thirty seconds and KNOW that people care about you. No, they might not be right on your doorstep, but they are “out there” and right here. They are also, most definitely, in your future, if not in your actual present.

      But like any destination, you will have to walk along a path to “get there.” And then there are more paths, and more “theres” and THAT is LIFE. (See my forum name; I have experience with travelling and making paths. Some were QUITE painful. I am now in a place of exquisite happiness that is nothing like what the cultural “norms” define “happiness” to be. I am just … in a state of loving gratitude and contentedness AMIDST the storms.)

      Anyway, what has called me to you, jdjd09, is something you’ve shared again and again that I haven’t seen picked up on in the many helpful replies here. You keep saying that you have come from an abusive family situation, have worked hard to get away from that, to get your life on track. Well, I did too. Tolstoy is famous for saying that all happy families share the same reasons for being happy, but that each unhappy family has its own specific reasons for the unhappiness (paraphrased). So it’s not necessary to get into the specifics of “abusive.” Let’s just say, from me to you, that YES, I DO understand the specific loneliness and agony of growing up in an unloved and daily emotionally painful place.

      In my late 20s (exactly how old you are now), with a college degree and a good job, I was finally living on my own in an apartment and thinking “all will be well now.” And then, I got struck with all these strange neurological symptoms that threw me into a DEVASTATING emotional tailspin the likes of which … well, what you are feeling now.

      There was, however, no diagnosis. Out of sheer desperation, I began to see a psychologist who was billed as a “Health Psychologist” - his practice was dedicated to helping people cope with chronic conditions. And to keep this short(er), :) what happened to me is that over the next eight years, with a still-undiagnosed and gradually disappearing symptomology (no more neuro symptoms now), I talked and talked and talked and cried and cried and cried and learned and learned and learned and changed and changed and changed and grew and grew and grew.

      Instead of discussing the health things, what REALLY came out was the need to work through the manifold issues of my entire childhood and what growing up in that environment did to my spirit.

      And, over time, like a garden that continually needs weeding and pruning and caring (like all gardens, like all lives), I DID recover. I became more of who I really am, and more free, and happier, and less anxious, and better functioning in the world.

      It didn’t happen overnight. Nothing ever does.

      Here is a crucial thing I learned, and I address it DIRECTLY to you, jdjd09, because I want you to know it and to be brave and keep up the good fight at the same time: EVEN THOUGH WE WORK HARD TO “GET THERE,” THERE ISN’T EVER A PERFECT “THERE” TO GET TO. Life is a non-stop road of the good and the bad all mixed up. It is a RIVER - it flows through you EVERY DAY and brings the good, the bad, and the good again.

      This is why we MUST HANG IN THERE.

      Sometimes, we can reclaim a shitty day just by going for a walk and smiling at a stranger, petting their dog, returning home for tea and a nap. Then go to bed, get up again after sleeping, feel different. Maybe … better?

      You, jdjd09, in all your rantings here, are showing all your feelings honestly. Sometimes it may be frustrating to some people who are posting a lot to try to help you. I get that. But I also understand that when I was seeing my psychologist in my brokenness and pain and confusion, he was willing to listen to me rant and cry, over and over again, while assisting me gently and sometimes more brusquely, toward recovering and getting better and getting out of the pit.

      He never let me stay in self-pity without honestly pointing it out, but he also was very supportive of the very real pain and confusion that were part of that pit (pain is real and not ALL self-pity).

      What I am DEEPLY hoping for you, and I BELIEVE YOU CAN, is that more than any hearing cure or anything else, you start to take the steps (many of which you have shown you ALREADY CAN, JUST BY SURVIVING YOUR CHILDHOOD, GETTING THROUGH SCHOOL, PUTTING YOUR LIFE ON A GOOD TRACK) along the continuing path of recovering yourself and being the best jdjd09 (insert your given name here :) ) you came here to planet earth to BE.

      You DID come here for a reason, didn’t you? Are you here to learn? To grow? To survive some painful situations so that you can learn about yourself by growing through them and then ultimately to alchemize that pain into an informed inner beauty so that you can benefit not only yourself but … others? <<—- (the secret of life, revealed!) :)

      Yes, jdjd09, you DID come to earth for that. We all did. There are those who know it, those who suspect it and strive for it, and those who, unfortunately, ignore it forever.

      YOU are not someone who is ignoring it. You are CRYING OUT for it.

      The reason you are fighting, so hard, some of the advice on this forum, and for proof of an eventual cure for a situation you find untenable, is BECAUSE you have self-esteem (however fragile). That is what I paid BIG BUCKS to find out from my psychologist all those years ago. It’s yours from me today, free :).

      But.

      You’ve got to take that fight to a better level. You have to up your game. DESPITE the fact that you have struggled so hard to get to where you are and “now it’s all gone to pieces” (to paraphrase you from earlier postings), DESPITE the fact that “you are only 28,” you HAVE to up your game.

      Remember, there is no “there” where life is perfect that any of us ever gets to. It is ALWAYS that river, changing, evolving, cycling us through good and bad and etcetera.

      Does it look like some people get much better deals than other people?

      This is a common thought to anyone suffering. It is a normal human thought. But it is JUST a thought. Yes, lots of people DO get “better deals.” And lots of people DON’T. And ax murderers can have perfect tinnitus-less health. And beautiful souls can come down with dread diseases. And etc.

      IT’S NOT THE POINT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! <<—multiple exclamation points exercise my typing fingers :)

      The point, for ANY of us, is to BE who WE are. Live YOUR life. Live YOUR journey. All the rest of thinking like “why ME” is COMPLETELY WASTED ENERGY.

      DON’T do that!!!!

      As to “only being 28,” I will give you a big hug AND some firm love on this one. Here is a secret: We are all conditioned in our society about what are expectations about “normal.” Here is the society definition: NORMAL: “”“You are physically able and can walk and talk and hear and see and think well. You grow up, get a well-paying job, find love, get married, have some “normal” children. Have a house. Two cars. Vacations. Your health. Save enough for retirement << hah!. Retire and live for twenty years playing golf. Die. The (“normal”) end.”””

      Nooooooooooooooo!!!!!!! NO NO NO NO NO NO NO!!!!!!!!!!!!

      Do NOT embrace “normal” as the ONLY norm. Sure, all that is nice and most of us are lucky enough to get some if not all of it, to some degree.

      But, there are MANY who have VERY different (non-“normal”) lives and live them well. REALLY well. BEAUTIFULLY well.

      jdjd09, I want you to live a life BEAUTIFULLY well. I would like to see you get on that road, your own personal path toward more light, once you confront this particular dark night of your soul. I want to see you ALCHEMIZE your pain into something stronger, better, and more whole. You can become MORE WHOLE even by (usually ESPECIALLY by) incorporating the elements of your brokenness. That is how the BEST humans always have and always will become GREAT.

      I could list hundreds of examples, of the famous and the unheard of. But you can do that yourself. How about making a daily sport of, besides looking at hearing sites, googling phrases like “people who have overcome hardship, disease, etc. and are now thriving.” I guarantee you will “meet” and learn from many.

      I guarantee you will grow. You can. I know you can. That’s why you are here, reading this.

      When you hear that phrase, “It is what it is,” well, it’s true. The very fact that I, a 53-year-old person who has already gone through so much before you even EXISTED, and is now reaching out to you through a computer screen sharing stuff I learned before the internet even worked, is evidence. I was meant to type this to you. You were meant to read it.

      And you were meant to experience whatever you are experiencing.

      What are you going to do with it?

      What are you going to DO with it?

      Here: I have worked with children with disabilities for thirty years. So, forget the fact that you are “28 and too young” to deal with this. That you had a “normal” life and now don’t.

      As I see it, this is one of your chief obstacles toward getting to the next stage of this.

      I have worked with people who have died at age four. Or how about the fifteen year old boy who asked me did I believe in heaven and God (because he was going there soon - muscular dystrophy). Or the girl who was born with little misshapen hands growing out of her shoulders, no arms, legs bent backwards and skin on back of thighs fused to back of calves, about ten thousand surgeries all through her childhood, and she is … get ready … drumroll … one of the most NORMAL people I know. (And here I use the word “normal” as a glorious adjective of dignity and grace and great sense of humor and spunk, because that is her.). Just a really good person, lots of fun, 27 years old now, leading her life.

      I could give you a million examples.

      You can go find them yourself.

      But what you can really do, is, in your own privacy, re-confront your hard life, and see into your own soul, and KNOW that you HAVE the necessary elements (strength of spirit, intelligence, your own brand of spunk <<—- I have seen ALL of these in your posts) to CONTINUE on your UNIQUE PERSONAL JOURNEY and CONTINUE to be the best person you can be.

      It’s not over yet. Not by a LONGSHOT. And that neurological symptomology that I thought was going to kill me in my twenties? Nope. Never did. Here I am. Glad to be here.

      I am sending you LOOOOOOOOOOOVE, jdjd09.

      You’re gonna get there. Our lives are magical journeys. When you feel so much cycling negative thinking, like circles and circles of thoughts that go around and around and threaten to send you deeper, BE AN ARROW. Be an arrow that FLIES out of that negative circle, go for a walk, go get ice cream, make yourself smile at a few strangers, go volunteer in a soup kitchen, anything that floats your boat. And even if you don’t feel immediately magically better, hold a lantern out for yourself, miles down the path, to light your way and greet you when you arrive to a happier place.

      Because, jdjd09, if you set out walking on that path, you will get there.
       
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    13. attheedgeofscience
      Uninvolved

      attheedgeofscience Member Hall of Fame

      Location:
      Denmark
      Tinnitus Since:
      Childhood
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      Head Injury
      I specifically know of two TT-members who have committed suicide. One of them is "semi-public" - the other not.
       
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    14. jeannie
      Stressed

      jeannie Member

      Tinnitus Since:
      2013
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      Noise-induced, Ear Infection, Medication... Who knows?
      I know of one.
       
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    15. Poyraz

      Poyraz Member

      Tinnitus Since:
      February 2016
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      Benzos, Stress, Anxiety, Loud Music, Jaw Problems. Who knows
      Oh God.. Even the tittle scares me that I can't even look at the comments.. When will be a cure? God mercy us..
       
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    16. glynis-harbron
      Feminine

      glynis-harbron Member Benefactor Hall of Fame Ambassador Team Awareness Team Research

      Location:
      England, Stoke-on-Trent
      Tinnitus Since:
      2004
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      Meniere's Disease
      One is to many.....
      ..strength in numbers on our lovely tinnitus talk forum and support around the clock.......never give up and let tinnitus take away your smile and laughter......lots of love glynis
       
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    17. valeri

      valeri Member Benefactor Team Awareness

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      Australia
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      09/2011
      I read some comments and can't believe!
      If you want happily ever after ending for every tinnitus than you are in the wrong place!

      Yes, people with t commit suicide. It does't matter how many but for some it becomes too much!

      Here on board there's been few but there's definetly many more "out there"!
       
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    18. just1morething
      Benevolent

      just1morething Member Benefactor

      Location:
      U.S.
      Tinnitus Since:
      2008
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      barotrauma from airplane descent, noise exposure? ETD? TMJD?
      Happens, but most of us try to live 1 day at a time and hope for a solution.
       
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    19. Richard zurowski

      Richard zurowski Member Benefactor

      Location:
      England
      Tinnitus Since:
      27/12/2012
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      Ear infection.
      It's certainly a life changer having tinnitus. One has to be strong willed to handle the symptoms of tinnitus . I feel realy sad that there are sufferes out there who are taking there lives because they cannot function anymore . I pray that there will be a cure sooner then later.until then all we can do is live are lives the best we can.
       
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    20. zombiechick
      Probing

      zombiechick Member

      Tinnitus Since:
      2013
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      Medication and hearing loss
      I was relieved I found this site. I wouldn't have gotten through this last week without its guidance. I never knew T had spikes. It helps me get through the hard days. I thought my baby was going to have to visit me at the psych ward.
      Post like these only cause panic and fear. You want to believe we can make it through the super crappy days. Or months. Not picture people killing themselves. Just my thoughts.
       
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    21. AnxiousJon
      Magical

      AnxiousJon Member

      Location:
      Oregon
      Tinnitus Since:
      09/2015
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      Anxiety, Insomnia, and a Fan at Night
      I am conflicted a bit, because although fear is something that can spread like fire through the typed thoughts of @jdjd09 and some other members, yet at the same time this question of life being able to move forward is an important one.
      I hope readers who are tempted to be drawn in by such gloomly thoughts they feel connecting with the panic they feel within themselves, will also see an alternative stream of thought...
      You can be sure that those guitarists like Paul Gilbert and Andy Timmons and others, went through hard and dark seasons before being able to effectively press forward.
      I want to tell anyone reading this thread, these words, in connection with what I perceive to be the underlying premise of the function/purpose of this site:
      You are not isolated in your experience. This is a deeply distressing condition that causes you to wonder if life can go on; but like a soldier or missionary or medic, moving from a safe area to a 3rd-world country fraught with life-threatening dangers, the mind makes remarkable adjustments, to consider something the new normal, whereas in the first weeks/months/years(takes some longer than others) there is only terror experienced.[end of thoughts in harmony with the site's purpose]
      You didn't sign up for this tour; you were drafted. I pray for your solace and your sanity(including you @jdjd09 ).
      And as a believer in the cross and the metanarrative of redemption in Christ, I pray for your knowledge of God and everlasting joy in the midst of suffering in this life.
      Amen.
       
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    22. Michael2013
      Happy

      Michael2013 Member

      Tinnitus Since:
      September 2013
      Like others have said, you are asking the wrong question and it will lead to nowhere useful. Instead of asking how many have committed suicide on this forum, ask how many have been saved from suicide on this forum! Because that number will far outweigh any count of those who committed suicide.

      There are probably thousands of people who have passed through here with suicidal tendencies in the beginning and eventually overcame it. Maybe you can't see how one can live a normal life because you're too focused on the negative.

      -Mike
       
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    23. billie48
      Sunshine

      billie48 Member Benefactor Hall of Fame Ambassador Team Research

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      Vancouver, Canada
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      03/2009
      I agree such post serve no purpose but frightening for those new members who are already dealing with panic & feeling hopeless while coming here for support. The tone of the post may be misleading. We are naive to think that T has not caused suicide or has contributed to be one of the factors of the unthinkable act. But what we don't know if the same person will do the same if instead of T, he/she suddenly lose the ability to see. or fail a relationship, or fail in educations, perhaps even failing in business or stock markets.

      I just read a news that a young man from a rich family who had everything, college education, career potential and family support jumped from 29th floor after he developed some problem with vision, and on-going treatments have not been successful. I read that teens committed suicide when their families opposite their relationship, and young students by the dozens did the unthinkable for failing their public exams which they think have ruined their future. How many have killed themselves when they go bankrupt and jobless, or lost their fortune in stock markets?

      For those who have killed themselves, we don't know enough about their background, their family support, their circumstances in life, their upbringing, and of course their character stamina or genetic traits. But if we want to attribute T as the sole cause of the suicide, it is just assuming too much and may not be reflecting the reality.

      T is a serious challenge in people's life. No doubt about it. But is it always the end game. I hope not. There are overwhelming numbers of members who have found some relief or support one way or another from this forum or from other support community. I hope there will be success with the new drugs. But until which time the drugs are ready, then we have to believe that the support community like this one can contribute to some relief for the newer sufferers. God bless us all. Let's focus on what positive things TT has done for its members.
       
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    24. matt89
      Studious

      matt89 Member Benefactor Team Tech Team Awareness

      Tinnitus Since:
      10/2015
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      Acoustic Trauma
      Pretty useless thread from @jdjd09 who posted in the AM-101 thread after he was kicked from the trial because of the taking of unauthorized medications:

      "I guess I'll be honest and order a gun to cure my issue now instead."
      https://www.tinnitustalk.com/threads/am-101-clinical-trial-—-participants-updates-and-discussion.6558/page-54#post-170215

      You are a pessimistic guy and you know by opening this thread what you want to hear. Everything is bad and here comes another confirmation working as a self affirmation for your condition.
      Your condition with all due respect how bad it is doesn't entitle you to open threads like this which can (like @billie48 mentioned) frighten new members who are already dealing with panic and feelings of hopelessness while coming here for support.

      Before I got T in both ears (because of an accident wird third-party responsibility) I was an active person. Going out to clubs, bars and dating girls every week. Doing sports every second day. Had a great life. T in combination with H has bombed me out of my daily life, but I told me and I have sworn to myself "I will be back someday".
      After some weeks of isolation with panic attacks, suicidal thoughts, research regarding the condition, several ENT visits and therapies I have taken my life back in my own hands with the help of my family and friends who were always there and supported me in every way.
      Now after some months I'm back like 70%. I'm going out to bars again (not clubs because I am aware of further damages to my ears), meeting girls and having fun. I can forget about the condition and distract me as good as possible in order to not become a T wreck.

      What I want to tell you is go ahead and make the best of your life instead of opening threads like this and talking about guns to cure your issue.
       
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    25. brody24

      brody24 Member

      Tinnitus Since:
      12/2002
      This was my very first through. The far better question is how many people have been close to suicide and ultimately saved by the advice and help they received through this site. I know I'm one of them. Was starting to have very scary suicidal thoughts, but over the course of many months, I slowly habituated and came out of my shell. Life isn't easy and is never going to be. But its become livable once again and I can function like a normal human being.

      Also, the Q is impossible to answer. Some people come into this site and never come back. Others may finally habituate and the last thing they want to do is think about and discuss their T (since not actively thinking about it and not discussing it is a key part of the path toward habituation). So many people who fall off the radar on this site may be gone for a good, positive reason.
       
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    26. ceauses97
      Speechless

      ceauses97 Member

      Location:
      Norway
      Tinnitus Since:
      06/12/15
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      loud music/chemotherapy/hypercalcemia
      https://www.tinnitustalk.com/threads/collective-mass-suicide.3284/

      One member made this thread (see the link above) and no one has heard from him since.
       
    27. Telis

      Telis Member Hall of Fame

      Location:
      Calgary
      Tinnitus Since:
      11/2013
      You are worried about how a hearing aid looks instead of wanting relief, you can't be suffering that bad if finding relief is less important than vanity. I would wear a clown suit every day for the rest of my life if it gave me relief. I don't understand your posts.
       
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    28. Poyraz

      Poyraz Member

      Tinnitus Since:
      February 2016
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      Benzos, Stress, Anxiety, Loud Music, Jaw Problems. Who knows
      I don't understand why these threads are still in this forum. Man, they are depressing and have no purposes. Please remove them. And f**k scientists. They already know this can cause a death of one. No need to read them here.
       
    29. John G

      John G Member

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    30. ceauses97
      Speechless

      ceauses97 Member

      Location:
      Norway
      Tinnitus Since:
      06/12/15
      Cause of Tinnitus:
      loud music/chemotherapy/hypercalcemia
      I hope you quoted the wrong post because your comment seriously didn't make any sense to that I wrote.
       

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