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Unhappy Found my old suicide notes - March 1st 2013, 06:15 AM

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I uh found some old suicide notes. I had forgotten about them. Now there's so much emotion and memories flooding back, it's like I was living this fantasy world and now reality has snapped back and I remember the pain, the depression, how it makes sense that I should die.
But I don't think I could do it at the moment. I love my sister and my dad too much. If anything were to happen to them though, I'm as good as dead myself.

I don't know why I'm writing this to be honest. There's just too much going on in my head right now.


"Do not regret anything. Every choice, fuck up, spoken word, experience and emotion has brought you to this very moment. It has shaped exactly who you are. Do not regret who you are. You are unique. No one in the world is like you. In this sense, we are alone. Yet for this very reason, we all have one thing in common. Don't waste who you are, be everything you can be. You can achieve your dreams, you just have to genuinely try."
   
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Re: Found my old suicide notes - March 1st 2013, 10:48 AM

Hi there!

I understand how that could bring back painful memories, I'm sorry. I think the best thing you should do, is burn those notes so you won't stumble upon them again in the near future and have the same thing happen.

It's good you have your sister and dad in your life, live for them. Can you talk to them about finding these notes and how you're feeling like this again? Or maybe talk to a friend?

I hope you feel better soon. Just keep reminding yourself how things can get better. Of course it feels like you were living in a fantasy world but that world was indeed reality, the good type of reality. So remind yourself that it can be like that again because things do get better. Read over those notes, and tell yourself... That's the past. And burn them. Because you can become brand new, you don't have to be that person anymore because you deserve to live. The fact you made it through the past, writing notes and feeling suicidal shows just how strong you are and how much you're willing to fight for life. Keep fighting. You're worth it.

Hope I helped a bit. You can PM/VM me if you need someone to talk to.

Stay Strong <3
   
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