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At 9:15pm on February 10, 2010, mcynthiamartinez said…
Becky thankyou. I found this site last night, and it helps to know that I am not alone. And that others understand my pain, because they have gone through this devastating experience. Thank you for your kind words. God Bless you and yours
At 8:20pm on January 11, 2010, Debi said…
Thank you Becky for the kind comment on my page.My sons father also was in deep depression , as well as a few other mental conditions . He had to deal with severe confusion between reality and fantasy . My mother also was suicidal for several years in my youth . She died anyway a couple years after all that . With all and more that I have dealt with , has only allowed my faith to soar ! Debi...
At 12:30pm on January 11, 2010, Becky said…
My Dad had also killed himself. I was aware of his deep depression and had asked him about suicide. I also thought he may complete this. I know how it feels to have the guilt that we could not stop them. You are right, there will always be a hole in our life without these people. I am thinking of you. Hang in there and never forget the wonderful times that we had with them.
At 7:37pm on January 10, 2010, Juanita Hamilton said…
Thank you. I knew my son was going to kill himself. I wish I could have stopped him. There will always be a big hole in my life without him.

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