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3-19-2010 @ 12:44PM
I whole-heartedly agree with you. But you have to understand that comment about being selfish is accurate. That's not to say you aren't allowed to remember the good things though. I've had a few friends in high school reveal to me that they've had suicidal thoughts(they come to me...they all come to me. how do they find me?), and at the time I really didn't know what to say. Infact I think I said that to one of them. But it really was such a big thing that I had trouble focusing on anything else: homework, band/choir...everything was second in my mind. And now looking back, it was kind of selfish of that person to put such a burden on me.You have to wonder what's going on in their mind, what they are thinking about - who they are thinking about...cause you know it's not about you and how you'll deal with it, it's about them.
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