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Write something innocuous in the first line. then leave some spaces between in and the subject matter. this should take care of accidentally triggering someone.

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Sammurai711 posted:
TRIGGER I suppose. My boyfriend, or "hero" as I usually refer to him has been having a crummy day, I know I'm not supposed to feel bad just because he does, but he's the one person who stopped me from aa suicide attempt earlier this year -hense "hero"- and he's now been having suicidal thoughts. He has assured me he won't act on anything but how am I not supposed to be depressed when the person keeping me alive doesn't want be any longer?
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Kate_Te responded:
Sammurai
The best advice you can give your boyfriend/hero is to get a therapist himself. You know from your own experience that once you start thinking about it, it's hard to stop without help.
 
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Sammurai711 replied to Kate_Te's response:
He's been like this in the past, not often when when he os, it worries me. He usually doesn't even talk to me when he's like this. I tried convinsing his to talk to someone, anyone really, like his dad but he wants to be left alone so I'm stuck here to worry... I hope he's okay
 
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bubbles_bobble replied to Sammurai711's response:
URGE HIM TO CALL A CRISIS LINE! He needs to talk to someone!
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