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By kebmo [Ignore] at 20,Oct,17 22:07   Pageviews: 134

Suicide hit me like a ton of bricks (again) today. I am a chef and the owner of the restaurant committed suicide yesterday. He was also a friend.
I happen to know a lot about it because I lost my br0ther to it in 2001.
Suicide is not hereditary, it's a learned problem solving behaviour. It's not uncommon for a family to suffer more than one suicide.
80% of suicide attempts are made by women and 80% of "successful" suicides are men.
I'm not angry about how he left his wife, daughter, two sons and two grandchildren so suddenly and violently with his gun.
I don't feel guilt as in the shoulda, coulda, woulda.
I'm sad.
I'm so sad that he didn't feel that he could talk to me, someone or anyone about how he felt.
I don't feel anger and guilt because I have already learned that it's not my fault and it's not his fault either. He was sick. Why we differentiate between health and mental health I don't know. Health is health and he wasn't healthy.

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By veryshyguy [Ignore] at 31,Oct,17 13:00
Sorry for your loss. One thing that bothers me is that here in the US we do not take mental health seriously. Until we do this will continue. Take care...
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By kebmo [Ignore] at 01,Nov,17 01:20
60% of adult gun deaths in the US are suicide.
By veryshyguy [Ignore] at 01,Nov,17 15:16
Yes, we are very aware of that... It is a sad fact of our lives and many are preventable. I had a close friend many years ago who took his and his wife's life with a gun. They left a note saying it was a suicide pact for them. I had no idea but there was some indication that they were both struggling mentally. Such is life here in the US....


By onthelose [Ignore] at 23,Oct,17 19:01
I too have suffered that kind of loss and wondered why he couldn't talk to me about it. I always thought , didn't he think about what it would do to his family and friends??? We had another friend who took that route and we talked about it, so I wasn't surprised he left us the way he did. Sorry for your loss, but you have the right attitude. Not your fault.
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By staudacher [Ignore] at 21,Oct,17 09:10
Sorry for your loss
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By Billy4995 [Ignore] at 21,Oct,17 08:58
My heart goes out to you and others affected by suicide. I am sad with you as I reflect on the innocent lives affected by your friend's decision and actions. May healing love and blessings flow to you and to the family members. thank you for sharing with us on this wonderful site.
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By Dev01 [Ignore] at 21,Oct,17 07:48
Very sorry to hear that kebmo.... My mum tried every other day poping pills to d1e and thought it was normal. @ 14 i was overloaded with her emotions. End of the day she got her wish with a untreated UTI which equals sceptasimi. Nursing homes suck but it was her journey
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By bella! [Ignore] at 20,Oct,17 23:27
You're absolutely right, health is health. Sadly, often times the one that needs help does not recognize they need help and/or are too proud to seek the help that is needed.
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