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Re: suicidal thought remorse? B2chica

Posted by TexasChic on July 15, 2004, at 11:56:50

In reply to suicidal thought remorse?, posted by B2chica on July 12, 2004, at 9:40:48

I think you're being entirely too hard on yourself. What makes you think your issues aren't as real as those people with physical disabilities? I know we've talked about how we don't like to call our problems an 'illness', but I do consider it a disability. Does that make sense? I don't know if I can explain why I feel that way. Its just that for us, things are more difficult, the same as people with physical disabilities, only our difficulties aren't visible. I don't think that makes them any less real just different. You feel what you feel, there's a reason for it and you shouldn't be ashamed. Its what makes you human. Its what makes you compassionate. Its part of who you are. I'm really glad you didn't go through with the pills, but I can certainly understand the urge. You're not alone. I hope you'll continue to fight the fight, and I'll do the same.




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