THE THING ABOUT HAVING OPINIONS IS SOCIETY WILL HATE YOU IF YOU GO AGAINST THE EMOTIONALLY DRIVEN NORM.
I made this studio after I got a follow from @JujubeeMew and seeing the content on her page. This studio is not directed to JujubeeMew, mostly in fear that what I might say will only makes things worse. So, JujubeeMew, if you're reading this, I recommend you stop.
Anyways, suicide is an issue I've seen brought up on Scratch multiple times, and I've seen at least one person that may have actually succeeded. People often try to give supportive feedback and tell them they're loved, unfortunately in a cookie-cutter format, but the main problem is people don't seem to bother asking why they're suicidal. Just telling them they're loved doesn't mean they still feel that way, because maybe on the other side of the screen, they're being abused by their parent or guardian. Not to say that is always the reason, but think about. People aim too much at keeping the person alive, even if they never knew them, rather than trying to help fix the reason why, which obviously isn't going to be fixed via internet. If the person is truly devoted to wanting to kill themselves and there's nothing you can do to help fix it, well, this may sound horrible, but let them do it. If their life turns out to be so horrible and unbearable and painful that there's no point in living, why tell them to keeping living in pain? That's what's wrong. In my opinion.
If someone is suicidal and they won't say why, let them kill themselves, and you'll save both you and them some trouble. This isn't to say people SHOULD kill themselves.