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Back in the day

Discussion in 'Mental Health Disorders' started by mickey, Jul 21, 2008.

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  1. mickey

    mickey New Member

    Hi havent been on forums like this for, 5-6 years, but the same shit has came up for me,it is women . Most of my family is women and my baby sister and I share a best friend who id die for. But she takes drugs, and im a **** hair close to finding out if my we sister take the same drugs. IF she does it would make me happy to see them suffer the same pain I do only me taking drugs doesnt borther them, so suicide is a solution.

    Ah the satisfaction of getting back at them would see me dead does'n seem to bother me. I dont know why it annoys me if they take drugs and yet i would, big brother syndrome i guess. Anyone to talk to would be nice thnxs :smile: , im bluttered, forgive my typing
  2. Sadeyes

    Sadeyes Staff Alumni

    Hi Mickey and welcome...that is no way of getting back at someone, in fact, i think the best way to get back at someone is to do better yourself...hope the women you are close to treat themselves much better...and hope you feel better yourself, J
  3. odnox

    odnox Well-Known Member

    Most of the times I've felt truly suicidal were times when I wanted to get back at people or inflict on them the same kind of pain I was suffering. I'd read a few articles talking about how painful suicide is to the people around you, and I always thought "Great, I hope they suffer!"

    But, I realized that I don't get anything out of suicide but dead. I wouldn't know they were suffering. So, I tend to agree with the phrase "the best revenge is a life well lived." I agree with what Sadeyes said. Because not only do you get your revenge, but you also get a better life for yourself.

    I know that's all cliché and maybe not what you want to hear, but there are other options.

    I hope things work out for you.
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