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3-19-2010 @ 11:50AM
I have lost somebody to this too, and I still think suicide is the ultimate selfish act. Of course, the thing is that the people who are considering suicide are not in a mental state that lets them see it that way, and that is a terrible and sad thing.I don't remember the person concerned as selfish just because his last action was: I remember him as happy, funny, chatty and all the rest of it. I refuse to define his entire life by the manner of his death.If this column is read by just one person that realises that what they are considering is going to hurt those they love (and hurt them very much), then it will be worth it. Kudos for tackling the subject, Drama mamas.
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