Raising one for another fallen old-timer

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Re: Raising one for another fallen old-timer

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Crystal wrote:She had two husbands who also committed suicide. She met them in a suicide support group.
Jesus.

In my personal experience, couples that meet in suicide groups seem to have even worse success than couples who meet at Narcotic's Anonymous.

Actually, they seem to have the same success rate, except the suicide people do it more suddenly.

Terrible either way.
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I'm still trying to figure out who she was. Was she that Australian girl with the heroin problem?
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Savage wrote:I'm still trying to figure out who she was. Was she that Australian girl with the heroin problem?
I was reminded her name was peripat on here.
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That sucks. I remember her.
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Bloody hell - I'm new here so didn't know her but that is an awful way to go. I have depression too and have often thought of suicide but never have. Gosh poor lady,hope she is resting easy and has found a great bar on the other side.
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Oh yep. Peripat. Poor sad kiddo. Again, RIP.
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She was crazy in a wrong way.
But RIP anyway.

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How sad, I remember her well. RIP Peripat.
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Re: Raising one for another fallen old-timer

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Even psychos deserve a less bitter fate than suicide ...
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