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Reep what you sow
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sluwiggey posted:
Life is a gift. Live it and live it well. Killing yourself is a cry for help but can be fatal. Fatality means it is over no second chances. Your boyfriend will be mamed like you can never know. There is no situation you two can't overcome with work. You BOTH HAVE TO WILLING TO WORK AT IT. Relationships are an effort not a given. You have already said I can not work at it by trying to get an easy out. Problem is, killing yourself is not really an easy out. This will cause much problem for you because you probabaly wont be successful and you don't want that type of problem. Love yourself hun. If you cant love you, and you say Im unlovable by killing yourself, how can anyone else. Change must be made and you are the only one that can start making the change. Grab life by the horns and sling it don't let it swing you. Don't hold on for dear life get off the horse, regroup, and try conquering it again. But you have to make a change because the same old you will do the same ol thing. Make a change but not a death change.
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