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Re: Addressing suicide CEK

Posted by curtm on May 9, 2006, at 10:09:20

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

>>The stress and guilt I occur because of this makes me feel that they would be better off if I was gone.

** They would not be better off without you. They love you more than you probably think. Without you, who would they love? Nobody can take your place.

>> If I was gone, and my death looked like an accident, all of our bills would be paid which would take that stress off of my husband and children.

** I have wondered the same thing...about the "accident." I clear those thoughts with mental pictures of my family.

>> Time would heal their wounds and they would be happier and better off without me.

** That is a selfish statement (sorry.) Their wounds would never heal. They may try to hide them on the outside as we do, but they still eat at the inside.

** That goes for everyone. NOBODY is replaceable!




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