• Oh my gosh!! I'm so sorry to hear that. Have you talked to anybody about it. My neighbor killed herself and I was upset for awhile because I couldn't understand why. She was also my coworker. I would think about the last time I saw her and what she said to me. I remember that she seemed really sad but, I didn't really question it. She spoke to me about keeping your family close. Then the next morning she was gone. I wracked my brain for weeks until I finally realized that I couldn't have saved her. I had to talk to a therapist for awhile also. It gets easier but, I still miss her. We can only keep living.
  • That really sucks. I'm sorry to hear that. Smoke pot. It helps.
  • well, it sounds like you still had feelings for her, and its guna take a while for it to sink in, and for you to move on.,,, strange thing is, my bf's ex killed herself bout 3 week ago, but he is fine about it. maybe the reason you can sleep is because you feel guilty, i mean, why did she kill herself, could you have stopped it, but thats normal to think, just try sleeping pills for the moment and try hang with mates n hav fun, x
  • I am so sorry for your loss. My husband's friend killed himself a year ago, today (July 3) and at the end, they had a huge fight, and my husband didn't get to see him.. only heard what happened to him, and to this day, he still is mad at his friend for what he did. This friend of my husband who killed himself, had a brother who killed himself 3 months earlier. Imagine losing 2 children to suicide... I will keep you in my prayers. Time heals everything... This too shall pass. I don't know if you believe in God, but he can be very comforting in times like these.
  • I am so deeply grieved at your loss. My boyfriend committed suicide a little over four months ago, and I don't think I was able to eat for about a week or sleep more than a catnap here or there for the first couple of months. I won't lie to you and tell you that time heals all wounds; it doesn't. "....time does not heal / It makes a half-stitched scar / That can be broken and again you feel / Grief as total as in its first hour." Elizabeth Jennings. If you have a therapist you can speak with, do so. If you have family and friends you can talk to, do so. It's really difficult to not shut them out because it doesn't seem like anyone could possibly know exactly what you're feeling. And I know that telling you I know what you're feeling probably won't make a bit of difference, but I know. I'm hoping you don't do what I did and shut out those who care about you. I did and came dangerously close to following my boyfriend. Please don't suffer in silence. I know how pervasive the guilt and regret can be.
  • thats sad, not much you can do about it, maybe you should talk to a counselor about it
  • maybe you should get some counseling about it

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