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Re: Suicide fayeroe

Posted by fayeroe on June 14, 2008, at 16:59:31

In reply to Re: Suicide Tabitha, posted by fayeroe on June 14, 2008, at 16:54:47

> > No warning.
> > No chance to say goodbye.
> > A pile of questions and no answers, ever.
> >
> > A policeman told me murder is the hardest on survivors. I can't say, but I have my doubts.
>
>
> I see suicide as having a choice and murder as something we can't prevent. And that is not set in concrete..my FIL accomplished it while drinking. I didn't feel that he was rational enough to think it through. However, it was clear to me that he had thought of it before.
>
> So, I think that suicide can be harder on the survivors because sometimes you feel that you could have helped to prevent their death.
>

An added note..I definitely believe that people have unendurable lives and I understand that as much as I can. One of my friends killed himself over a $10,000 debt. I spent years wondering why he didn't come to us about it. I finally gave it up because values obviously played a huge part in it. I don't believe that he would have killed himself, had he not had that debt. I had a very good sense of him.

 

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