For some reason people who have never been in the position that someone who has attempted suicide or is seriously contemplating suicide is believe it is about someone else. It is not. It is not to hurt someone, or get sympathy, or get attention. It is about that being the final and only answer left. It is not done on a whim. We have tried very hard to solve things and make life livable. We have tried to keep our loved ones from pain. Once we have reached that decision, it is the 100% right thing to do (in our minds). Our loved ones would be much better off and would get over the loss as the world goes on (again, in our minds this makes total sense). Please, when you are thinking of us and wanting to judge us, remember that the mind we are thinking with at that point is no longer reasonable and God knows that. Instead of judging, pray for us. We aren't cowards, we want our loved ones to be happy again and with us around that won't happen. If I have spoken out of turn for anyone who has been there, I apologize. I am tired of the judging.
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