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Re: Trigger**Trigger**Trigger TherapyGirl

Posted by muffled on January 25, 2009, at 17:13:29

In reply to Re: Trigger**Trigger**Trigger, posted by TherapyGirl on January 25, 2009, at 16:34:12

I can't know your world.
But I sorta know mine, and I know mine is tough from time to time. But it gets better.I guess I am fortunate to have that.
I also have a part that just wants to give up. Its just gets so scared it wants to die.
But I got others that don't.
IS there good moments in your life? Has there been? Cuz if so, they can come again.
Death is so permanent. Once your gone, how do you keep trying? Its too late.
Selfishly, I don't want you to go. Cuz you a person, and each and every person is special. You are kind. You think of others. You have love to give.
Have you tried all options?
Meds, ECT, inpatient?
I just worry that losing your T is what is putting you over the edge.
Grief is hard, but it does pass.
I just hate to see you end it B4 trying ALL options.
Cuz there may be happiness for you.
There may be people in this life that you are MEANT to touch, and if you are gone, you can't.
OK so this may be a random tangent, but what about helping in a hospice? Hard work, but maybe you got what it takes? Or with street people? Or problem kids? Stuff most people don't want to deal with? Then you can help, and give, and it makes me feel good to give.
There is so much pain about suicide. There is so much pain in life. But where there's life. There's hope. A chance.
I really hope you can get thru this safely.
Whatever happens.
Know I care, very much.
I too sit w/you.
Your friend,




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