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Re: Addressing suicide

Posted by bassman on May 9, 2006, at 7:24:56

In reply to Re: Addressing suicide Declan, posted by CEK on May 9, 2006, at 6:48:44

Depression makes the whole world black and lifeless and leaves you without the energy to do anything useful. Your e-mail is very touching-your desire to selflessly help your family is so unique. Most of us greedy, materialistic, self-centered human beings live for ourselves without any thought or feeling as to how we may be affecting others lives.

You know better than your T what you want in life; we all know what is best if we can gain knowledge of it-and if we can't, no one can.

Ah that life were so easy that you could be like a lightbulb, getting a bit dim?-well, just replace you with a new light bulb. No, it doesn't work that way. I'm sure others will give you support and reasons for living as well. This morning's newspaper brought the unexpected death of a local woman-and the grieving and hurt that brings to SO many people. People that knew her will be affected for a lifetime by her death. The same would be true of you, althought it may be hard to believe right now. Do you really want to do something for your husband and kids? Continue to do everything within your power to get well. When you finally are successful, what a lesson in courage for your children and those around you! I know about Hell here on earth, too, and you are in my thoughts and prayers. Try to have faith that things will get better, even though right now, that faith seems so unwarranted. Best of luck and keep posting.




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