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By sharkeisha
9/8/2014 6:47:21 PM
right now im feeling so stupid like really really stupid i cant live like this anymore if life is like this i dont want to continue anymore what happens with the person that commit suicide?

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1-800-273-8255    
"Hey Sweetie,
I think all of us here have felt this way at some point in our journey. I don't know the answer to your question. Because I believe in an afterlife I don't think our problems just go away when we are there, and think it is easier to try and fix things here. I have hit some pretty low spots too. But I promise that the light that comes is better and more beautiful than even those darkest and worst times.

If you are really feeling like suicide is the only option left, then can I just ask you to talk to someone first? These are anonymous people who understand and can help you work through whatever you need to talk about. 1-800-273-8255

I am not going to pretend that life is roses. Sometimes it sucks pretty bad. But I can tell you for sure that I am so glad that I haven't quit on it. I promise the light is there. I promise.

I wish there was more I could say right now. But please know there is a prayer going out for you from my corner of the world and I'll light a candle for you tonight.

Love,
Maddy"
posted at 19:47:03 on September 8, 2014 by Anonymous
Been there    
"Don't do it. It is the adversary who wants you to feel no hope. Don't you give up. Keep on trying."
posted at 02:14:08 on September 9, 2014 by Anonymous
You are in my prayers    
"Sharkeisha,
hang in there. if you have to take it just one moment at a time! I am in a situation right now where that is helping me gretly. I cannot imagine the feeligs you are having right now, but please hang in there, you Saviour loves you"
posted at 16:54:00 on September 9, 2014 by sjanderson


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