Hi help me , welcome
I've lost my brother and uncle the same way. I've also planned my own demise in 1996.
Thankfully thinking of my daughters then 7 and 4 yo saved the day.
And therein lies one secret for surviving suicide...living for the sake if others....until you heal and return to living for yourself again.
Next year l will walk my daughter down the aisle. No one better to do that but me.
There is a great organisation called "dads in distress" that I follow. They highlight that more males suicide than the national road toll.
Its hard to know what the answer is. If your partner has any such tendencies quietly remind him of your children, give him/her comfort by showing him how valuable he is.
Dads have become less significant over the years in some peoples eyes sadly. This trend is beginning to reverse.
I loved my brother and uncle but I don't any longer endorse what they did. I'll fight like hell not to fall into such a state again.
Hope that helps