suicidal

(redirected from suicidally)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Encyclopedia.

suicidal

 [soo-ĭ-si´dal]
pertaining to suicide or prone to suicide.

suicidal

(so͞o′ĭ-sīd′l)
adj.
a. Considering or desiring to commit suicide.
b. Relating to suicide: a suicidal impulse.

su′i·cid′al·ly adv.

suicidal

[so̅o̅′isī′dəl]
Etymology: L, sui, of oneself, caedere, to kill
of, relating to, or tending toward self-destruction.

Patient discussion about suicidal

Q. SUICIDE what is suicidal behavior/is it a psychiatric disorders?

A. Thank you also from me Lixurion. You make a huge difference in our lives.

Q. Should they still be having suicidal thoughts? Hi there, if someone who has been diagnosed as a rapid - cycling bipolar is on Epival, should they still be having suicidal thoughts and is there anything else that could be added in terms of medication to stabilize them?

A. Seek help right away when suicidal thoughts begin to creep in. It is important to pay attention to them right at the beginning and seek help right away so they dont get too bad. Like the others said there are a lot of medications that can be very helpful. My partner is also a rapid cycler and is on and antidepressant, a mood stabilizer, an anti psychotic and an anti anxiety medication which is working well/ However like the rest she needs enough sleep and enough excercise to keep her stable

Q. How do I know if someone’s planning to commit suicide? A guy I know is acting weird lately…saying some scary stuff about dying. How can I know he is not joking? And how can I stop him?

A. it shouldn't be your goal to stop him or prevent him as you say. you can't be with this individual 24/7.. if you are there for him and give him your ear to listen it will go much farther to prevent him than nething else you could do. as we learn in the psych field a very simple, effective way to discern suicidal intent is to talk w/ them and in the course of the conversation look right at them and say "it sounds like you're thinking about killing yourself". don't hesitate to call a healthcare professional to explain the situation. you don't have to give your name or his name for them to give u advice

More discussions about suicidal
References in periodicals archive ?
With England leading 2-0, Cole suicidally played a ball across the back of his defence and Zhambyl Kukeyev nipped in to beat David James and pull back a goal for the delirious visitors.
The hardhitting 25-year-old has been caught between two stools so far this summer, either uncharacteristically cautious or suicidally gung-ho, as at Trent Bridge on Saturday.
In most action movies, the bad guys' henchmen are suicidally devoted to the cause, even if they are just in it for money.
KICKING KING'S defeat at Punchestown on Thursday proved suicidally expensive for those brave souls prepared to back him at 100-30 on.
The flying Dutchman then turned provider on 36 minutes when he rifled in a low 20-yard shot after the Baggies defence suicidally stood off him.
By the time it had reached Friday night though many had sold out, especially the stronger ales which the more suicidally inclined members of the posse had been keen to try.
From the suicidally romantic leading man (Jean-Pierre Leaud) to the breakdown-prone lead actress (Jacqueline Bisset) to a perpetually plastered grand dame (Valentina Cortese), the dysfunctional souls that find temporary home on the production set are limned with great good humor and unfailing compassion.
His marriage is on the rocks, his father (with whom he's never gotten along) is abruptly and possibly suicidally dead, and his nondescript life seems to be weaving in pointless Brownian motion.
In addressing these underlying, suicidally restraining forces, Reich makes his most original contribution.
It was a journey fraught with danger as they took in twisting dirt tracks at nose-bleed altitudes, hairpin turns, flash floods and suicidally bad drivers almost running them off the road.
First out of the traps though was a floor restorer called Gerard, who looked like a suicidally depressed Robert Pugh and wanted a "life changing amount of money" after spending pounds 4k on a Francis Bacon painting - presumably so his wife would start speaking to him again.
Nadal nevertheless went on to fashion two break points, taking the second when Soderling suicidally left a crosscourt backhand which he thought was dropping long.