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It's my turn

Discussion in 'Suicidal Thoughts and Feelings' started by white_feather, Dec 3, 2009.

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  1. white_feather

    white_feather Member

    My mom died five years ago yesterday. Two years ago on the seventh I lost a wonderful friend who I didn't even know was suicidal and 32 years ago my grandfather died on the eighth. Today is m day. I need to do this.
  2. total eclipse

    total eclipse SF Friend Staff Alumni

    Your mother would not want this for you or your grandfather they would want you to live on with joy and happiness. I am sorry for your loss but please know that we are here if you need to just vent. Your mother is still with you in memories and in your heart. She would want her daughter happy
  3. Petal

    Petal SF dreamer Staff Member Safety & Support SF Supporter

    Hi, I'm sorry for your losses :(

    Please let us know how you are doing!
  4. nok1888

    nok1888 Well-Known Member

    I lost my dad 2 years ago to cancer, only 64 years young, my grandad at 77 and gran at 77. Ive felt the way you do, and seriously thought of ending it because its too painful to go on but if I did do it, I know for a fact he'd be waiting on the other side to kick my arse!. What im trying to say is not one of the people you have lost would want you to do this, and id bet everything i have they wouldnt even want you to morn to the point of depression.

    Theres nothing wrong with letting them go and living your life. I let my dad go so he can rest in peace. Every day I think of him but I dont let it take over me to the point he has to worry about me.

    I hope this makes sense and maybe helps even in a small way
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