if you think her parents support and love her then tell them they will be sure to help her. if not then don't ull make it worst. in the second case, u need to be the one to be there for her. maybe she just needs someone to care. if u care and love her enough, u need to be the one to support her when no one else would. good luck. :)
9 months ago
Last edited at 1:26PM on 3/14/2013
Piggy backing off of what Xxbooksaddict823 had said. Don't tell her that you're going to tell he parents! Just tell them. Shock is the best attention someone like her can get. Her family can and will do more than you can. An old friend of mine threatened suicide... so I reported it to my command... she was pissed at me and was on suicide watch for two days. She got over it...
SHE WILL GET OVER IT.
Tell her parents. She will be angry. Her life is more important than your comfort zone with her.
Go to the library and ask the librarian for some information about it. Read about what to do. It is a disorder that is a reaction to difficult conditions. It is very serious and should not be allowed to go untreated. Do not be afraid to help. Someone needs to know before it turns into something terrible.
Advice her as well as possible, tell her that many people love her principally her parents and also her life is very important and ask her what do her parents do if they notice that she is hurting herself.