I am not a licensed phy-what ever-ist. Don't I have to say that? or read at own risk.
I can't remember everything I've been thinking of recently after my wife's uncle took his own life Monday May 9, 2016; so this will probably be a multiple post/ out of order.. blog? I dunno what to call it. His name was Tommy Prejean and was 52 years old with two adult daughters and his wife Roxanne. I was pretty close to him these last two years and he was battling depression from all of the bad things he's done in life. I tried telling him that we are all bad people and not to beat himself up about it. He was very prideful and belittled people his whole life. Why? Maybe it built his pride up even higher and he felt superior to them. He was a manager at a food company. We talked a lot about God( uh oh I hope I didn't lose you on that one) and we agreed about so much about where real happiness comes from. But don't take my word for it. Da dunt dunt! Sorry about that. That last deep conversation I had with him was basically me telling him that I was unsure if all of it was real and I feel terrible, like I had a very small percent in his death. I could've, and most likely was, been the only person that talked about God and how great, real, patient, forgiving etc. he is. Can anyone let me know how they feel about that. You can pm me. I promise I won't share your response with this thread and I hope it doesn't get deleted(mods please put in the appropriate category if not already). I want this to help people cope with suicial thoughts or the lost of a loved one. I'm going to look up some things to help and post when I find it. Also forgive me about trying to be funny one second and serious the other. It's a strange way I deal with feeling sad.
I'm editing this post only to share some great info that's from the link below.
Some of the thoughts that may accompany suicidal thoughts include:
• I want to escape my suffering.
• I have no other options.
• I am a horrible person and do not deserve to live.
• I have betrayed my loved ones.
• My loved ones would be better off without me.
• I want my loved ones to know how bad I am feeling.
• I want my loved ones to know how bad they have made me feel.
Whatever thoughts you are having, and however bad you are feeling, remember that you have not always felt this way, and that you will not always feel this way.
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