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Re: Why is suicide so bad?

Posted by juniper on December 28, 1999, at 0:53:41

In reply to Why is suicide so bad?, posted by Kathy on December 24, 1999, at 15:29:11

your comment that most people don't get better is pessimistic and scientifically unsound--in fact, most people do get better. but it can be a long road, or a high mountain...(a friend of mine once asked, which weighs more, the mountain or what you carry over it?)

living your life to protect others is no life to live, but your life will always inherently affect others, and it is up to you as to how your life affects them.
it is sad to wake up one day, do the math, and realize that you have been living in pain for half your life. i've had the inclination, and the plan, but, as bob said, suicide, to my knowledge, is awfully permanent. and as permanent as my mental state as seemed, i have had moments and days of joy. slowly, i've gone from living mostly for other people to living mostly for myself.

it happens.

peace in your struggle to find peace.

> Most people don't get better. Why should I live to protect other people?




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