I get why people think "if somebody is out for attention then they won't kill themselves." Whether or not it's true is irrelevant. Surely everybody here would take the threat of suicide from a loved one seriously. And I, personally, would prefer to take it seriously and have it turn out to be a drama queen than save face. What am I saving, anyway? We're on the internet to avoid having a face at all. And we shouldn't, under any circumstance, treat each other the way we'd treat others online. Who do we have, if not each other? We're the misfits of society. Every single one of us doesn't belong in decent society. We are diverse, yes, but it is in our difference to the NORPs that makes us alike. We are family. Brothers, and sisters, in arms. If we have problems, we should tell one another. No matter how trivial. All trivial problems we have (that we work ourselves up over) tend to be a cover for something else anyway. Most of us belong to societies in which everybody is taught that they're special and, by extension, that their problems are the most important in the world. Good luck trying to tell somebody your problems who'll care IRL without paying a hundred bucks an hour. So if we can't count on each other's support (real support, not just circle-jerking and boosting egos) and offer each other our own support then we truly have no one. And we would deserve such a fate.