June 17, 2013 @ 03:22 PM
tmwtg

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Have you guys known anyone who committed suicide? How did you/their friends/family react?

I know it's fucked up to say this, but I think time will heal the pain/loss and eventually, people will forget and move on.
June 17, 2013 @ 03:28 PM

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Are you having negative thoughts?
June 17, 2013 @ 03:36 PM
rabbitman

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people will eventually move on. its inevitable as with any death/occurrence. but the memory will always be there somewhere in the back of their minds haunting them

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June 17, 2013 @ 03:43 PM

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I think it serves as a reminder of how precious life is.
June 17, 2013 @ 04:24 PM
Dat1Dude562

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My friend from HS committed suicide in College. We didn't go to the same college but it was weird because I used to talk to him everyday in math class and I never expected him to do so. I was just shocked I guess.

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June 17, 2013 @ 04:34 PM
tomee

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family and those who care will be very emotional. as said above it will haunt them their whole life. especially when they notice things that remind them.
June 17, 2013 @ 04:45 PM
cernio

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time can heal wounds but never completely. not sure if you personally are having some negative thoughts, but seek help if so homie. suicide can really affect many other peoples lives for the worse, and theres always resources available
June 17, 2013 @ 04:58 PM
Silver Price

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one of my best friends brother killed himself first year in college. his family just went through a divorce too, their reaction was all the same. incredibly heart broken, to the point where it seemed like they didnt even think it was real. the funeral was one of the hardest things ive ever had to sit through. Pain like that will never fully heal because the memory is always there, theres no way to just undo 19 years of memories. 

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June 17, 2013 @ 05:10 PM
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yeah most of the time people are just surprised at how troubled the person was and they never had any idea until they are deaded

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June 17, 2013 @ 05:28 PM
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Time may heal all wounds, but if the person is suffering from intense depression at the moment, they are not going about time or who they hurt. They just want to end their suffrage 

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June 17, 2013 @ 05:39 PM
Master Six

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I've experienced depression before. When I was going through it, I tried to convince myself that I wasn't. It's only natural that you want to be happy but that causes some serious issues if your depression worsens.

What most people don't understand about depression is that at some point if you go through it long enough, it can become a serious condition that doctors diagnose as a mental disorder. If it gets to that point and no one is aware, you can fall deeper into the pit you find yourself becoming accustomed to. And if you find yourself at that point, you can get so down that you don't even have the energy to talk to anyone about it.

Eventually you get so miserable that you convince yourself that you "don't have a purpose" or "It wouldn't matter if [you] were gone". That's the scariest feeling in the world. Believe me. To identify people like that, if you care about them, pay attention to their body language. Do they walk looking at the ground? Are they hunched over and weak looking. How often do they smile or laugh? Also listen to the things they say, do they complain about life a lot... etc.

The problem is most people see someone who is depressed and just think "Oh! That's just how they are" don't let them fool you. They don't want to talk about their issues because it hurts them to. So you have to learn the concept of empathy to take a new angle on how to approach a ticking time bomb of emotion cautiously. Don't give up on them, even if they give up on themselves. Just imagine yourself in that situation and you will be able to help them. Its a part of our nature to be able to see through people. We all just tend to ignore that instinct. Don't.

Changing the Past.

June 17, 2013 @ 05:40 PM
Master Six

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What is the purpose of this thread btw? Are you contemplating suicide OP? What's your concern with families who are victim to suicide in the family?

Changing the Past.

June 17, 2013 @ 05:56 PM
Silver Price

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yeah most of the time people are just surprised at how troubled the person was and they never had any idea until they are deaded
see that theres another thing. using the word "deaded" non-chalantly referring to suicide would make some people angry. everyone reacts differently to suicide. while the family is distraught, others might take it lightly and accuse the person who killed themselves are being a coward. honestly, suicide is an issue that really only hits hard close to home.

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June 17, 2013 @ 06:08 PM
DStyles

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Actually this past February a day before my bday, the daughter of the brother of my grandfather committed suicide by hanging herself.

I never knew her since she lived in Mexico. She was only 16 and had good grades in school from what I hear, I felt weird because I didn't feel any sadness. I guess it has to do with me not knowing her. 

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June 17, 2013 @ 06:13 PM
tmwtg

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I've experienced depression before. When I was going through it, I tried to convince myself that I wasn't. It's only natural that you want to be happy but that causes some serious issues if your depression worsens.

What most people don't understand about depression is that at some point if you go through it long enough, it can become a serious condition that doctors diagnose as a mental disorder. If it gets to that point and no one is aware, you can fall deeper into the pit you find yourself becoming accustomed to. And if you find yourself at that point, you can get so down that you don't even have the energy to talk to anyone about it.

Eventually you get so miserable that you convince yourself that you "don't have a purpose" or "It wouldn't matter if [you] were gone". That's the scariest feeling in the world. Believe me. To identify people like that, if you care about them, pay attention to their body language. Do they walk looking at the ground? Are they hunched over and weak looking. How often do they smile or laugh? Also listen to the things they say, do they complain about life a lot... etc.

The problem is most people see someone who is depressed and just think "Oh! That's just how they are" don't let them fool you. They don't want to talk about their issues because it hurts them to. So you have to learn the concept of empathy to take a new angle on how to approach a ticking time bomb of emotion cautiously. Don't give up on them, even if they give up on themselves. Just imagine yourself in that situation and you will be able to help them. Its a part of our nature to be able to see through people. We all just tend to ignore that instinct. Don't.
You just described exactly what I'm going through except that I don't complain to others. I keep things bottled and fake smiles and laughter.
June 17, 2013 @ 07:05 PM
Master Six

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I've experienced depression before. When I was going through it, I tried to convince myself that I wasn't. It's only natural that you want to be happy but that causes some serious issues if your depression worsens.

What most people don't understand about depression is that at some point if you go through it long enough, it can become a serious condition that doctors diagnose as a mental disorder. If it gets to that point and no one is aware, you can fall deeper into the pit you find yourself becoming accustomed to. And if you find yourself at that point, you can get so down that you don't even have the energy to talk to anyone about it.

Eventually you get so miserable that you convince yourself that you "don't have a purpose" or "It wouldn't matter if [you] were gone". That's the scariest feeling in the world. Believe me. To identify people like that, if you care about them, pay attention to their body language. Do they walk looking at the ground? Are they hunched over and weak looking. How often do they smile or laugh? Also listen to the things they say, do they complain about life a lot... etc.

The problem is most people see someone who is depressed and just think "Oh! That's just how they are" don't let them fool you. They don't want to talk about their issues because it hurts them to. So you have to learn the concept of empathy to take a new angle on how to approach a ticking time bomb of emotion cautiously. Don't give up on them, even if they give up on themselves. Just imagine yourself in that situation and you will be able to help them. Its a part of our nature to be able to see through people. We all just tend to ignore that instinct. Don't.
You just described exactly what I'm going through except that I don't complain to others. I keep things bottled and fake smiles and laughter.
I figured that was the case man, shit. Like I said, I've been there man. 

When I was going through it, I didn't know anything about myself and that was the main issue. When you don't have an identity you won't feel like you're worth anything. Which makes sense logically but realistically you're just fooling yourself.

I watched this movie that changed my life. It's called the Secret. If you have netflix, its on there so watch it immediately if you are experiencing a lack of control over your life, especially if it's pushing you over the edge of suicidal depression. Don't do it to yourself man.

You have to realize how lucky we are to be who were are. First off we are humans. We are at the TOP of the food chain. The most intelligent and efficient creatures to walk this earth. Then you got Earth, which is a mass with unlimited resources (for the most part). You beat millions and millions of other sperms to be the one to make it. Don't take that for granted man, enjoy it. The world is your playground and the universe is your power. Once you grow and understand yourself then you will understand that its not as bad as it actually seems. 

When we tend to get consumed by our thoughts we stay inside and let them consume us more. STOP THAT. Seriously man, if you're depressed and your sitting in the house dwelling on it, it will continue to get worst and you have the power to stop it. You live in a world of endless opportunity. Make the best of it, try new things you would have never tried before, but more importantly, do the things you LOVE to do.

Most people get depressed because they are too worried about what people think about them. At the end of the day it doesn't matter what they think because they will never be you. The will never feel [exactly] what you feel, see [exactly] what you see, think [exactly] how you think... etc. So why does it matter what they think if they have no control over you? If this was a panel of executives and they all need to come to a decision about what to do with a business, then it matters what everyone thinks. However, that's not the case with YOUR life. Everyone has a life of their own and they are going to live it weather you decided to live yours or not. So live YOUR life man. Fuck everyone else.

I'll make reference to the movie once more. Watch it. It teaches you how to take control of your life, but be patient. It takes some time for the universe to get you request for what ever you truly want in life and then send you back your results. But it DOES work. The most important thing is learning how to believe. If you don't believe in anything then you will have no reason to live. Don't feel pressured by religion or politics. Believe what you want to believe, that's the beauty of America.

The bottom line is, though, you also have to hold your self accountable for the position you're in right now. Not in any type of negative way. But there is always something that YOU can focus on to better yourself. A lot of people tend to point fingers when they are faced with adversity. Don't do that. You may think it makes you feel better about yourself and help you with your confidence for the future but it actually has the opposite effect. The key to life is to be honest with yourself and honest with the people around you. It will take lots of stress off of your shoulders and really make your purpose a lot more clear. Yes. Honesty.

When you are honest with yourself you can find a way to identify your issues, which is always the first step. In Alcoholics Anonymous (not that I've ever been there), they encourage you to say you name and say "My name is ... and I am an alcoholic". Saying it out loud and hearing yourself say it is you being honest with yourself. You have to first identify and accept the issue before you can ever begin to fix it. That's the order of the operation.

So you have to really put a lot of thought into it man, think, what it is that started all this. Confront that directly, at your own pace. Remember the key is patience. Also remember anything that starts fast, ends fast so don't rush anything in life. Especially an emotional recovery. The last thing you want to do is convince yourself that you're are happy when you really aren't. But they key to understanding that is knowing and accepting what you REALLY want. You have to know what you want if you ever intend on getting it. That's the only thing that makes sense.

In conclusion man, I hope all this advise helped. I am no specialist but I think if you really try and apply some of these concepts I presented to you that the rest will just come to you, like it did for me. You just have to understand who you are and why you became who you are if you ever want to make changes to your life to start becoming who you want to become. That's why teachers stress the importance of history class. You never want to make the same mistakes over and over. So learn from them, don't dwell on them.

All in all, my best advise is to seek medical attention brother. If you have thoughts of suicide that means you may be sick. That doesn't mean you are crazy or insane or weird or any of the above. It just means you are HUMAN. We all go through things in life and you cant be afraid to look for someone for help. That's why were are all here. To continue our race and assist each other in doing that. There are people out there that want to help you man, like I am trying to help you now, but better because they can help you in person. There is only but so much I can do by just typing here in the forms.

Trust me man, you'll be fine. If you don't believe in anything else, just believe in yourself. You are all you will ever know, so make that be the best thing you know. Know yourself.

Changing the Past.

June 17, 2013 @ 07:21 PM
Cheeched

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June 17, 2013 @ 07:38 PM
*ER!C

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my basketball coach when i was younger killed himself . . it was crazy cuz the nigga was always laughing and shit! Out of nowhere one night, he got out of bed while his wife was sleeping and just shot himself in the head . . nigga had 2 kids, young kids at that! I felt O.D bad, not really for him, but his wife and kids . . Suicide is a selfish thing to do yo, we all hurting out here one way or another, so i hate when some niggas/bitches take the easy way out and leave their families to clean up the mess . . shit is crazy
June 17, 2013 @ 07:54 PM
Gwyn

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op, your username looks suicidal, don't forget we're here for you, and we are in this together.
Is someone on hb bullying you? Seriously though. Just remember, they say that only cowards end their life because they cannot face day, or something along those lines. I too literally fill the lines of someone who is looking at the ground consistently, having my parents tell me to stand straight, and I wouldn't smile to save the world, nonetheless save myself. I personally am a bit depressed recently, probably from thinking too much about everything, what I advise you to do is take it one day at a time, I personally, just think the future is really hard to digest sometimes. I think maybe you just need to better yourself, go to the gym, clear yourself by running, staying at a friend's house, if it's a parent thing or whatever.. Tried to help op, just two cents. Also if it's a girl, or you're unappreciative of your own looks.. just improve yourself, and tell yourself you don't need a girl or whatever...

On a side note @RoyFoldings, never seen you post but since you have, I feel like you make hb a better place, seriously. I enjoy reading time consuming in depth responses rather than half the other bull, feel like we need more posters like you. @RoyFoldings4Mod

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June 17, 2013 @ 09:12 PM
DREWKKAKE

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word my bad. then they look back and see all the signs that they should have seen and some friends/family would probably blame themselves 

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June 17, 2013 @ 10:10 PM

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my basketball coach when i was younger killed himself . . it was crazy cuz the nigga was always laughing and shit! Out of nowhere one night, he got out of bed while his wife was sleeping and just shot himself in the head . . nigga had 2 kids, young kids at that! I felt O.D bad, not really for him, but his wife and kids . . Suicide is a selfish thing to do yo, we all hurting out here one way or another, so i hate when some niggas/bitches take the easy way out and leave their families to clean up the mess . . shit is crazy
tbh man u cant rly speak if u havent been in the shoes of someone that feels that ending their own life is the only way to stop their pain. its so easy to judge from the outside.

i dont condone suicide at all, but i also dont look down on ppl that have commited it. i jus feel sad that it had to come to that. ive been in that place before, and its a rly dark place.
June 17, 2013 @ 10:23 PM
HBer

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I've experienced depression before. When I was going through it, I tried to convince myself that I wasn't. It's only natural that you want to be happy but that causes some serious issues if your depression worsens.

What most people don't understand about depression is that at some point if you go through it long enough, it can become a serious condition that doctors diagnose as a mental disorder. If it gets to that point and no one is aware, you can fall deeper into the pit you find yourself becoming accustomed to. And if you find yourself at that point, you can get so down that you don't even have the energy to talk to anyone about it.

Eventually you get so miserable that you convince yourself that you "don't have a purpose" or "It wouldn't matter if [you] were gone". That's the scariest feeling in the world. Believe me. To identify people like that, if you care about them, pay attention to their body language. Do they walk looking at the ground? Are they hunched over and weak looking. How often do they smile or laugh? Also listen to the things they say, do they complain about life a lot... etc.

The problem is most people see someone who is depressed and just think "Oh! That's just how they are" don't let them fool you. They don't want to talk about their issues because it hurts them to. So you have to learn the concept of empathy to take a new angle on how to approach a ticking time bomb of emotion cautiously. Don't give up on them, even if they give up on themselves. Just imagine yourself in that situation and you will be able to help them. Its a part of our nature to be able to see through people. We all just tend to ignore that instinct. Don't.
You just described exactly what I'm going through except that I don't complain to others. I keep things bottled and fake smiles and laughter.
I figured that was the case man, shit. Like I said, I've been there man. 

When I was going through it, I didn't know anything about myself and that was the main issue. When you don't have an identity you won't feel like you're worth anything. Which makes sense logically but realistically you're just fooling yourself.

I watched this movie that changed my life. It's called the Secret. If you have netflix, its on there so watch it immediately if you are experiencing a lack of control over your life, especially if it's pushing you over the edge of suicidal depression. Don't do it to yourself man.

You have to realize how lucky we are to be who were are. First off we are humans. We are at the TOP of the food chain. The most intelligent and efficient creatures to walk this earth. Then you got Earth, which is a mass with unlimited resources (for the most part). You beat millions and millions of other sperms to be the one to make it. Don't take that for granted man, enjoy it. The world is your playground and the universe is your power. Once you grow and understand yourself then you will understand that its not as bad as it actually seems. 

When we tend to get consumed by our thoughts we stay inside and let them consume us more. STOP THAT. Seriously man, if you're depressed and your sitting in the house dwelling on it, it will continue to get worst and you have the power to stop it. You live in a world of endless opportunity. Make the best of it, try new things you would have never tried before, but more importantly, do the things you LOVE to do.

Most people get depressed because they are too worried about what people think about them. At the end of the day it doesn't matter what they think because they will never be you. The will never feel [exactly] what you feel, see [exactly] what you see, think [exactly] how you think... etc. So why does it matter what they think if they have no control over you? If this was a panel of executives and they all need to come to a decision about what to do with a business, then it matters what everyone thinks. However, that's not the case with YOUR life. Everyone has a life of their own and they are going to live it weather you decided to live yours or not. So live YOUR life man. Fuck everyone else.

I'll make reference to the movie once more. Watch it. It teaches you how to take control of your life, but be patient. It takes some time for the universe to get you request for what ever you truly want in life and then send you back your results. But it DOES work. The most important thing is learning how to believe. If you don't believe in anything then you will have no reason to live. Don't feel pressured by religion or politics. Believe what you want to believe, that's the beauty of America.

The bottom line is, though, you also have to hold your self accountable for the position you're in right now. Not in any type of negative way. But there is always something that YOU can focus on to better yourself. A lot of people tend to point fingers when they are faced with adversity. Don't do that. You may think it makes you feel better about yourself and help you with your confidence for the future but it actually has the opposite effect. The key to life is to be honest with yourself and honest with the people around you. It will take lots of stress off of your shoulders and really make your purpose a lot more clear. Yes. Honesty.

When you are honest with yourself you can find a way to identify your issues, which is always the first step. In Alcoholics Anonymous (not that I've ever been there), they encourage you to say you name and say "My name is ... and I am an alcoholic". Saying it out loud and hearing yourself say it is you being honest with yourself. You have to first identify and accept the issue before you can ever begin to fix it. That's the order of the operation.

So you have to really put a lot of thought into it man, think, what it is that started all this. Confront that directly, at your own pace. Remember the key is patience. Also remember anything that starts fast, ends fast so don't rush anything in life. Especially an emotional recovery. The last thing you want to do is convince yourself that you're are happy when you really aren't. But they key to understanding that is knowing and accepting what you REALLY want. You have to know what you want if you ever intend on getting it. That's the only thing that makes sense.

In conclusion man, I hope all this advise helped. I am no specialist but I think if you really try and apply some of these concepts I presented to you that the rest will just come to you, like it did for me. You just have to understand who you are and why you became who you are if you ever want to make changes to your life to start becoming who you want to become. That's why teachers stress the importance of history class. You never want to make the same mistakes over and over. So learn from them, don't dwell on them.

All in all, my best advise is to seek medical attention brother. If you have thoughts of suicide that means you may be sick. That doesn't mean you are crazy or insane or weird or any of the above. It just means you are HUMAN. We all go through things in life and you cant be afraid to look for someone for help. That's why were are all here. To continue our race and assist each other in doing that. There are people out there that want to help you man, like I am trying to help you now, but better because they can help you in person. There is only but so much I can do by just typing here in the forms.

Trust me man, you'll be fine. If you don't believe in anything else, just believe in yourself. You are all you will ever know, so make that be the best thing you know. Know yourself.
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June 17, 2013 @ 10:47 PM
B Low Brown

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Slight post to username correlation OP

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June 17, 2013 @ 10:47 PM
B Low Brown

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Lol at the new nigga above me tryna be funny & getting downvoted

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June 18, 2013 @ 12:12 AM
HBer

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then your ass just got downvoted

Is she constantly posting selfies? If yes, why is she seeking attention from other men?

June 18, 2013 @ 12:31 AM
Black Donald Trump

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yes maybe eventually people move on because you cannot dwell on things forever but shit never really heals. a mother will never get over her child committing suicide, she may not talk about and it may not be obvious all the time but without a doubt she will think about it and be pained everyday for the rest of her life.
June 18, 2013 @ 12:41 AM

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sometimes i forget YOLO

and that makes me sad man 
June 18, 2013 @ 12:44 AM
Black Donald Trump

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my basketball coach when i was younger killed himself . . it was crazy cuz the nigga was always laughing and shit! Out of nowhere one night, he got out of bed while his wife was sleeping and just shot himself in the head . . nigga had 2 kids, young kids at that! I felt O.D bad, not really for him, but his wife and kids . . Suicide is a selfish thing to do yo, we all hurting out here one way or another, so i hate when some niggas/bitches take the easy way out and leave their families to clean up the mess . . shit is crazy
tbh man u cant rly speak if u havent been in the shoes of someone that feels that ending their own life is the only way to stop their pain. its so easy to judge from the outside.

i dont condone suicide at all, but i also dont look down on ppl that have commited it. i jus feel sad that it had to come to that. ive been in that place before, and its a rly dark place.
I don't look down on people who commit suicide or attempt it, there was a time when i was in a really low place and seriously contemplated it, but now i really do think i was being selfish, and that was actually a big part of my depression. maybe its not the case with you, and i dont mean to accuse you of being explicitly selfish but honestly if it can be a big part of things.  when many of my good friends have gone through similar periods and i would say the exact same thing to them. if you are down on yourself it is likely because you focus on yourself too much, how your life could be better, what is wrong with you, etc. i suggest you try to live your life for others more, your family and friends, and you will eventually feel a lot better. try to be there for others and be the best friend/person you can, be positive, and i guarantee many of the things that are bothering you will fade away. they may not even change, you will just stop focusing on them and eventually stop thinking about it much at all. that truly is the way shit works with depression, you just need to ride it out. lazyness and apathy are your worst enemies, get out and volunteer at a food shelter, tutor kids, or just hang out with people and try to be positive and encouraging with them. they will definitely appreciate it and you will realize you can actually make a difference and that your life is important, not something to throw away. anything like that and your perspective will begin to change very quickly. take it from someone who has been there, these feelings WILL eventually pass, i promise you that.
feel free to message me any time if you need help.i may not respond right away because im not on here every day but  i will talk to you anytime you need it
June 18, 2013 @ 01:33 AM
Soul Rize

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yeah i met a guy once in high school and he commited suicide a month later. good guy but i know there was this girl that posted a status on him 5 years later (this year) and it got a few likes. thats about it other wise no else does shit 

Cmon get down with a real nigga wussup

June 18, 2013 @ 01:40 AM
SonOfRise

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Some girl killed herself because her bf cheated on her and the students and faculty decorated her parking spot saying ''you are a hero.''
Happened at another school to but it was a guy. But shit if you kill yourself because of a girl she ain't worth it, they were only In 9th and 7th grade.

Me myself I would be really disappointed my friend or family member killed them self.

I think because why kill yourself when you could just talk about it and stuff like you should know better than to do something so sinister.

Like Cyberbullying how the fuck do you kill yourself over someone who called you a mean name? I personally think Cyberbullying is a myth that its not the bully that made that someone who killed themself but a possibly a more deeper problem like parents or something physical. I hate when people kill them self it's so fucked up that people can just end their own life like that. Like how have you not thought how others like family and friends will react and feel?

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