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Old October 3rd, 2009, 17:35
Helen Helen is offline
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Default Hi everyone

Im new here, i imagine u all were too at some sad point. The thing is, I lost my dad about 3 months ago, cerebral hypoxia due to hanging. Now I'm 29 not too young, but not too old either. It doesnt really matter what age you are when u lose someone, nor what age they are when they go, dont ask me why, but i think it doesnt. You still lose someone. My dad has left a hole in so many peoples lives, although he did commit suicide, I think it was for selfless reasons, since he had not long before been diagnosed with cancer.He waa a medical consultant, knew the eventual outcome, and never smoked and lived a healthy lifestyle. I know I sound calm and collected here, but I have so amny questions going through my head every day, and I cant stop thinking about it. I sometimes feel like trying the same escape...

Thank you all, and sorry for going on about my stuff. x
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