I'm reading on a lot of forums about friends not being there for us when we really need them. I was talking to my boss yesterday (about being suicidal) and she had a perspective that might help you guys. She said some of her friends and family kept their distance when she was doing badly, not because they didn't care, but because her situation was WAY out of their league, and they just didn't know how to deal with, they had no idea how to help. Except most people are too ashamed to say that to someone, hey, I can't help you, I'm sorry, so they just stay away. A lot of misunderstandings could be avoided if people could just say that though! Does anyone have any experiences with this?