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 morta1ez
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I do understand, having tried twice I wish one of those times had been successful.
I have been happy in the past and loved every second of it but those times are fewer and fewer. there comes a time in life that you realize this world simply has no place for you. you reach out and get your hand slapped away only so many times before you stop trying to seek help. Loneliness is a big factor, i want someone to share my life with and it looks like that wont happen, yes I am very picky in that regard but thats because I have always known what I wanted in life. every relationship I have been in has started off great only to be a letdown after the hormones wear off. You see I'm bipolar/ADHD
So for me the rush I feel in the beginning of a relationship is not hormonal but chemical and does not where off, meaning if nothing changes I will love you forever.
But that never seems to happen, after the initial happy period the woman always starts to go back to their original life leaving me feeling abandoned and neglected.
If people kept treating each other like they do when they first start dating people like me would not be created.
I was diagnosed 10 years ago, I have been on many types of meds and the side effects are always unacceptable, some have cure the depression but have made me unable to feel joy also leaving me stuck in the middle like a zombie, I love the joy of companionship and don't wish to live without it as little else makes me AS happy so I have 2 choices
1. Live my life feeling like I'm settling.
2. end my life and feel no more pain those who don't understand what you and others like us go through have never felt the bliss of love for once you have felt that the rest of life feels empty by comparison.

so I choose the latter and hope soon I have the strength to try again where I failed twice. Life will go on without me, all those who have hurt me will live their lives as if I never existed, my friends and family will live on the only difference will be that I am nolonger hurting and lonely. every day brings me closer as I have been bottoming out a little each day until the moment all fear goes away. The knowledge that it is clear I can never again trust propels me to this point, not that its impossible for me to trust, its that for me to trust a woman she would have to behave in a trustworthy manner and from what I have seen those women don't exist as most women these days have male friends, like going out in groups with their girlfriends in places other males will be etc etc...... and I can not take the doubt anymore. I want for once to be in a relationship where me and the other person put each others feelings first, and it is becoming clear I will never find that true symbiotic joining so I feel I have no strength left for another let down. I have so much love to offer its a shame that its never appreciated.
 five-marie
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What do you think of a peron committing suicide over a broken heart??
Posted: 9/25/2011 9:32:20 AM
My first husband tried to kill himself when I left him. I called the ambulance, went to the hospital. They let him out the next day. I felt a lot of guilt but didn't allow that to change my mind about being with him.
Most recent boyfriend just broke up with me again, which he did every 2 weeks, because of some perceived horrible thing I've done. He called me up and told me he was sitting in his garage with the car running, he'd had enough. My brother killed himself this way so of course I panicked.
I called the police then his sister as I wasn't sure of his exact address. She yelled at me then hung up. I later called the police and he was okay, admitted to the hospital for observation.
Both attempts made me angry. Behave like an ***hole then try to make me feel guilty for the rest of my life?
It makes me angry when someone cannot take responsibility for their own actions and the results that their actions cause.
My first husband was an alcoholic, he still is.
Boyfriend was verbally abusive, freaked out about every 2 weeks over nothing. Loved to get everyone's pity by telling them how horrible I was. I was so horrible he had to kill himself?
Broken hearts mend, it just takes time. Those who commit suicide have other issues or are trying to hurt the one who left.
Not worth it.
 five-marie
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What do you think of a peron committing suicide over a broken heart??
Posted: 9/25/2011 9:57:25 AM
My post showed my anger, this just happened last week. Sorry.
I am not without sympathy for those who commit suicide. My brother had a very unhappy life and I felt relief along with grief when he did this.
My stepbrother killed himself on Father's Day when his wife left him.
My son's best friend killed himself 2 years ago, he was 18.
A friend's husband killed himself when she told him she was leaving.
downsynzday1 you are absolutely right about what suicide does to family and friends. It's something you never get over. It is also so senseless in most cases. The heart heals, life goes on. What these people are feeling now will not be the same way they feel in a year.
Suicide breaks my heart.
 BackToTheAreaGuy
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What do you think of a peron committing suicide over a broken heart??
Posted: 9/25/2011 4:01:07 PM
I hear ya... sorry if this has happend to you!!! I have been suicidel now for over 2yrs from my first attempt. The doctor and nurces actually called me a miracle. And now with my mother passing it has been even worse.... I feel its a choice and yes its a selfish one but also if you talk to the ones around you and explane you have lived your life and you are content with everything, then its your decision. LOVE is a really strong feeling and some people must have that at all times or its really hard to funtion.
 morta1ez
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Posted: 9/26/2011 1:35:21 PM
Strange how many say that those that end their own existence are viewed as selfish, and lack the ability to take responsibility for their actions. but those same people who cry at the funeral are often the same people that helped put him in the box.

how you treat others goes along way toward making the difference, for the last 40 or so years we have been told to put ourselves first, well look at the result. Teen suicide has actually gone down over the years, suicide by middle aged males has actually gone up, can we imagine why? studies have shown married men live longer, there are many reasons for this, single males 3 times more likely to end their own life between the ages of 35 and 55 than females the same age and widowers(that lost their first wife) are 6 times more likely to take their own life within 3 years than widows.

We live in a world where its now socially acceptable to cheat, in the past cheater were looked down on and ostracized, this is nolonger the case and we have a 50% divorce rate inwhich a cheater can move on with their life without getting what they deserve.

Is it any wonder many dont wish to play this game?
 Jaimes004
Joined: 8/18/2011
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Posted: 9/29/2011 1:55:49 PM
I had a rough breakup & divorce, and lost quite a bit, but the thought of suicide was never more that a ridiculous thought, and we all think it at one time or another. My views on life were radically altered at the young age of 17, when my BEST FRIEND killed himself over the death of his girlfriend, on his 18th birthday! When you are one of the people left behind by the coward, sorry...yes coward, you experience a hurt like no other. I began to look for the up side in situations and focus on the 'pro's' in life. What legacy do you leave?

My legacy will be one of strength, character and honor. My son will be proud to say "that was MY DAD!"
 joemac356
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What do you think of a peron committing suicide over a broken heart??
Posted: 10/5/2011 3:39:20 PM
I came close on two occasions to ending my life over a broken heart. My first wife left me for another guy, suddenly, and without warning. She took our two sons with her.
Is there anything in this culture that is worse for a man?

I lost a son to suicide three years ago.
He was struggling with issues that an ex-girlfriend forced onto him. She'd promised that if he ever left her, she would make his life a living hell.
She kept her promise, using the courts to her advantage.
He couldn't sleep and it was getting to him. I moved in with him and worked with him and his boss for a few months. Things were getting better (slowly), but he still struggled and was not getting the relief he needed in the form of recuperative rest.

Sleep deprivation can have many consequences and it doesn't help when one suffers deep depression.
He finally went to a doctor out of desperation. The doctor wrote him a prescription for Ambien, which is technically a hypnotic. It didn't help him to sleep.
He disappeared out the back door one Monday morning and I never saw him alive again.
It took us nearly three weeks to find him. The empty Ambien vial was in his jacket pocket.

Suicide is what happens when the ability to cope is overwhelmed by the severity of pain.

To anyone even remotely contemplating ending their life: please get the help you need.

morta1ez, please, give me a shout, Bro. I tried to message you, but your settings have me blocked.
 patrik411
Joined: 8/23/2009
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Posted: 10/30/2011 7:46:27 AM
ending ones life . because of a woman or man leaving you , will get you nothing but being mocked. eyerolling and disdain from all who knew or know you ,You at least need to get in some counseling etc. Your ex will stillhave a nwe lover . laughter , sex , etc, and you will no longer be among the living , And quickly forgotten about,
 verygreeneyez
Joined: 3/15/2006
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Posted: 10/30/2011 10:52:03 AM

Strange how many say that those that end their own existence are viewed as selfish, and lack the ability to take responsibility for their actions. but those same people who cry at the funeral are often the same people that helped put him in the box.

I call those types of people "suicide assistants." I know at least two and I will never understand if they were crying/hurting at the funeral because they felt guilty or if somewhere in them there is some sort of soul.

We live in a world where its now socially acceptable to cheat, in the past cheater were looked down on and ostracized, this is nolonger the case and we have a 50% divorce rate inwhich a cheater can move on with their life without getting what they deserve.

Is it any wonder many dont wish to play this game?

I've never known someone that has committed suicide due to divorce, but when my son died two years ago, until autopsy results were in (6 weeks post Celebration of Life Ceremony) I assumed suicide and to this very day, I'm not convinced it was not. He'd had an accident 6 months prior and it left his right arm paralyzed. He'd been an all-state athlete and a semi-pro footballer and the loss of the arm simply destroyed parts of his life that gave his heart/mind/soul fullness. The gal he loved dearly began cheating and toying with his emotions in the most cruelest of fashions. He attempted twice prior to actually dying. His arm was repairing slowly (stretched from the spine, not torn) but his heart/soul simply were no longer what they once had been. The loss of the girlfriend, or rather, her total abusive nature towards him near the end shattered what was left of an already broken heart/body. Add an addiction to the medications needed for the injuries he sustained and his mind became more of an enemy than as assistant in recovery. There came a time when he told me to "stop trying to love me better" in the context of a conversation about death. It was then, that I knew, he had lived on his own terms as an extreme sportist and he would die on his own terms if that's what he truly wanted. It was not easy to "stop trying to love him better" but it was clear that his minds darkness combined with other factors, time was going to be short. I was lucky in that I had 3 months of honest, open, loving and at times, heart-wrenching time with him before he died. Whether suicide or "accidental" as was finally put in writing, makes no difference. He didn't have heart or will any more. He was a walking/talking shell of the young man he'd once been. Although I miss him all day, every day ~ he no longer suffers in a body he didn't understand and a heart that was simply shattered into such itsy tiny pieces that breathing in and out all day was more than he wanted to do most of the time. Selfish? Absolutely NOT. What's selfish are those who don't get that taking one's own life is very likely, at times, the least selfish thing a broken, truly broken soul/heart can do for those who are agonizing over their pain or watching them suffer. Until you've walked in shoes of the identical size, color, fit and the same flaws in those walking in those particular shoes? You'll never know what makes someone feel/act as they do.


its ridculous why wd anyone kill themselves over splitting up with someone, theres something obviously menatally wrong with a person who does that

And there's a lack of empathy/emotion in a person that would assume mental illness is the ONLY reason someone doesn't wish to live. JMO
 R_O_U_S
Joined: 3/20/2011
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Posted: 10/30/2011 1:53:05 PM
suicide is a basic desperate solution where the mind is tricked into thinking there is no other solution. basically it spirals in anxiety to a single point it reflects this in biology. the persons identity takes actions that help steer this solution to a collapse and sabotoge or negativity. there are no social answers or answers for me that i can find in myself to solve these simple and sometimes complex problem. therapy is the best solution one on one communication often helps, but it takes a proffesional. All we can do as friends and family is keep a person in normal emotional range and make them comfortable and smilling in other words be supportive and a rock. dont be aquisational and disciminitive and judgemental. make sure you know where to get profeesional support. because these ideas are often fixated in their minds and the're feeling victimize and they might victimize you too. So be strong and positive. but because your close all you can do is watch them and be supportive.
proffesional helps is the key to acheiving they're needs to survival.
dont beat yourself up either. role with the punches and be strong. its good for personal character.
 concertlover31
Joined: 10/9/2011
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Posted: 10/30/2011 4:35:43 PM
i think if the pain is that great and you cannot sustain it any longer then suicide is the proper thing to do.
 pansydivision101
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Posted: 11/1/2011 8:15:06 AM
um, i tried to commit suicide following a nasty break up.....i jumped off a bridge. at the time, i was so consumed in misery i didn't know what else to do. in hindsight it was a bit of a mistake, but oh well.... i survived.
 verygreeneyez
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Posted: 11/4/2011 9:40:10 PM

I'm almost 35, and it takes a long time for me to find anyone to connect with (romantically or otherwise). Yes, it's my own fault, and I've been trying to work on it. But I have nothing of any real worth right now, and at best (based on experience) a few years of painful digging to try an find another lover or close friend, much less someone that made me feel the way she did. I'm holding on for the moment, but it's pretty hard to come up with any logical answer as to why. Mostly it's just habit.
I'm toughing it out, but I really couldn't blame anyone else who feels this way for choosing otherwise.

Bless your heart for hanging on. I think we all hit that point at some time in our lives, hopefully we're still here in bodily form when we can gain enough insight to know it could happen. I recently counted the years of my adult life (since age 18) that I've actually been in a long-term relationship and I was shocked to realize that at 47, only 12 of those nearly 20 years were shared with someone other than my son. I've not felt the sting of loneliness or having experienced true romantic-heartbreak other than at age 21 and age 47. But the truth is? I've never thought of suicide either. Likely because I'm perfectly happy, maybe even happiest all alone. Like you, I'm working on things!! As for you not having anything of "real worth" at the moment? I'd differ with you on that note. You have you. And I think suicide, most often, is when the "you" is lost and can not be found anywhere in the mind's eye/heart/soul. You just keep holding on to what you have!! YOU!!! It'll all work out just fine in the end. We don't all have to have a SO, BF/GF for life to be blessed. We just need to forge ahead with even tiny steps, maybe volunteer or reach out to someone else, anything that makes you feel good about you. The connection part of life? It's tough for some of us. But just like me, I reached out to two gals here in forums after I lost my son and I now have "connection." There will come that day for you, too. JMO
 kailania
Joined: 4/10/2008
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Posted: 11/7/2011 2:59:17 PM
yorkslass: that was not very nice of you. this post is about suicide and the girl was honest in telling what she did. yes,...she messed up but thankfully she is alive now. she may have a lot to share with others who are feeling suicidal.
 Inexperience
Joined: 6/15/2011
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Posted: 11/7/2011 9:09:08 PM
I've known a few kids growing up who's taken their lives over a broken heart. I almost did in my senior year of high school as a result of a girl playing mind games with me.

During my adult life I was rejected by a girl I knew since those days and became wreckless but thankfully it happened at a time when it did or else I may have gone that extra mile but I've learned not to care anymore. It was a lot of growing to do but I'm glad I did in that aspect of my life.
 Della D
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Posted: 11/8/2011 12:48:11 PM
While I definitely believe that everybody has the right to decide for themselves in what circumstances, in/on what conditions they feel their life is worth living, I can not understand why someone would want to end their life over a broken heart.

It's not like a broken heart is a terminal illness where the person is doomed to suffer a slow and painful death. Even if it might feel that way at first for some people, it is actually NOT terminal.
 kailania
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Posted: 11/8/2011 1:30:07 PM
they just cannot see the light at the end of the tunnel,
even though it really is there.
my freinds husband died and she wished to die or kill herself to escape the pain.
but she has children and would never abandon them that way.
suicide is an ultimate abandonement of those who are close to you.
leaving them to suffer and perhaps even wonder if they missed an opportunity to help.

on the other hand,..no one knows how much deep pain the other is in and how much they can handle. getting help, talking it out, is better than suicide. imo
 minpinz
Joined: 10/24/2011
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Posted: 11/17/2011 2:26:56 PM
I attempted it myself, serious attempt didn't tell anyone but I wanted to kill myself because I caused the break up, I pushed the man I loved into giving up on me :( I hurt him and the regret and pain I felt was enough to make me consider ending my own life. A friend caught me and had me admitted to the mental hospital where I stayed for 8 miserable days. I hated it there but I was not alone there were people in there who were just as bad off as me maybe even worse but there I was.

I still live with a broken heart to this day, theres just some things you go through in life that cannot be mended...........there will always be that mental scar, but I didn't have to attempt suicide because my body was practically already killing itself at the time. I stopped eating, I stayed in bed, I cried, I loathed myself, I thought about slitting my throat and wrists. Then come July I had a stroke that was later misdiagnosed as Multiple Slcerosis. the disease had been dormant but I let my health suffer to the point I helped the disease progress and here I am now. I got a second chance at life but this disease is eating at me. I know killing myself wasn't the answer but that was how I felt at the time. You think the one you loved wouldn't give a damn or only feel regret then. Its a terrible feeling and you just want it to end. This disease impacts me in so many ways I'm amazed I can even type and spell simple words there are some times I can't even do that. Am I still suicidal? some times, but not depressed enough to do it, just think about it and thats it.
A broken heart can kill you though............my great grandmother died of a broken heart a week before christmas. after seeing that happen I was sure it was going to happen to me and it still may.
 minpinz
Joined: 10/24/2011
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Posted: 11/17/2011 4:16:06 PM
and it just might be today my illness is already affecting my lungs and im very depressed and choked up inside...........
 Jaimes004
Joined: 8/18/2011
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Posted: 11/20/2011 10:25:11 AM
I have not thought about this in almost 22 years, but this thread brought it all back like it happened yesterday.

I had a very dear [best] friend that got his girlfriend pregnant at an early age. She was 16, and very much, what we call today, a drama queen. If nothing was going on, she would create it! I did not comprehend what he saw in her besides her good looks and flirty personality...so be it. Anyway, when she found out she was pregnant, she killed herself with a gunshot to the head. My friend was so distraught, that no one had any luck reaching him...including me. He blocked everyone out, friends and family. I so wish I could have figured out what was his thought process was so that we could reach out to him on his level. Well, 2 weeks later, and on his 18th birthday, he took his own life the exact way his girlfriend had done.....a single gunshot to the head.

When I was divorced a couple of years ago, I had a brief glimpse of what my best friend could have been feeling; betrayal, loneliness, hurt, and a multitude of others rushing to the surface. It is a very painful time in ones life, and we have that idea that we cannot handle it! Because I have been on both sides, and the the extreme pain that suicide causes to your family, friends, and community, I am very quick to extinguish any such feeling.

So in the grand scheme of life, Who is more important to you? One single person who walked out of your life? Or, losing a lifetime of joy with the friends and family who are there for you, and care for you the most?

Remember, if they are dumb enough to walk away, be smart enough to let them go, and move on to greater things! I have, and I am so thankful for the one I have found!
 Railrunner
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Posted: 11/20/2011 6:17:44 PM
Tried it today. Went down to the bus terminal downtown. There's only two buses running on Sunday. As it was approaching, I jumped out in front of it.

The driver, a fellow who I know, and is also into model railroading, hit the brakes hard, and turned the wheels. Thankfully he was deadheading from the garage, and had no one on board. Missed me by a few inches.

Dealing with some pretty heavy stuff right now. Tired of being used for money or free computers and computer repair. Tired of being alone every day and night. Tired of seeing my peers settling down, starting families, buying a house, so forth.

Tired of being an unwanted spare.

I felt at that point, there was only one way out. Obviously it didn't work. I still feel alone, worthless, unloved, and so forth.

Fortunately, for the driver, he has a 2400 series bus, that has no continuious cameras on board, just a Drive Cam, which is motion (g-force) activated. Of course THAT one recorded the whole thing! But then, the person working dispatch at the garage, knows me too, and managed to "lose" that video before management could see it on Monday.

Word apparently spread quick among the people I know at the garage, got a bunch of calls from drivers making sure I am OK. Still though, I feel as low as low gets today.
 carolann0308
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Posted: 11/22/2011 9:03:18 AM
Broken heart? More like broken spirit. I think it is selfish to drag others into your heartache.
You need help and I think it is very selfish to attempt to 'fix' your problem by possibly ruining another mans life.
A college friend of my sister has lived with a terrible amount of guilt for years because a man in NY chose to walk in front of her car to fix his problem. He left a note and a wife and two children behind. All Katie got was the nightmare of having to talk to police officers, insurance agents and having to see his face right before he died.
 minpinz
Joined: 10/24/2011
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Posted: 11/25/2011 2:05:43 AM

One word. - Selfish.


While you think people who commit suicide are being selfish, you need to consider that a person has every right to end their own life if they choose to do so. Does it hurt others? Yes, but some people deal with feelings and emotions that can't be cured with medications or therapy. Some people just can't handle stress like others, that's why we're all made different. What one person can cope with and recover from might be something that another person sees as too painful. Is suicide really selfish if the person is suffering? Don't you think it's more selfish of someone to keep that person from what they want? Yes suicide causes a lot of heartache, but the person dealing with situations they're just not strong enough to handle. Some people are stronger than others thats just how it is. Strong people view suicide as "weak" because they're strong enough to fight the thoughts of it. Every single person has had a moment where they wish they would die. Death is an escape, the worst way out, but it is an escape. I don't support suicide nor encourage it, but I believe that if someone wants to commit it, they have that right to.

agree to disagree I really don't care.
 verygreeneyez
Joined: 3/15/2006
Msg: 383
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Posted: 11/25/2011 9:56:15 AM
While you think people who commit suicide are being selfish, you need to consider that a person has every right to end their own life if they choose to do so. Does it hurt others? Yes, but some people deal with feelings and emotions that can't be cured with medications or therapy. Some people just can't handle stress like others, that's why we're all made different. What one person can cope with and recover from might be something that another person sees as too painful. Is suicide really selfish if the person is suffering? Don't you think it's more selfish of someone to keep that person from what they want? Yes suicide causes a lot of heartache, but the person dealing with situations they're just not strong enough to handle. Some people are stronger than others thats just how it is. Strong people view suicide as "weak" because they're strong enough to fight the thoughts of it. Every single person has had a moment where they wish they would die. Death is an escape, the worst way out, but it is an escape. I don't support suicide nor encourage it, but I believe that if someone wants to commit it, they have that right to.

agree to disagree I really don't care.

Exactly!!

My son shot himself a month ago over a girl.....I promise you, this is not an answer...never and answer....all you do is leave behind broken family and friends who will never be the same, never understand, and never be able to fill the hole in their lives where you were....when you choose this road, you can never change your mind, never know that the sun comes up tomorrow---and something better is around that road......as a mother I am devastated....and I would beg anyone thinking of this, please please please reach out to someone!!!! Please................

So sorry for your loss. I hope you find a way to peace in your heart and one day understand the why's of you son's decision. After I lost my son, I had to "surrender" to his reality rather than my own. I personally feel differently than you do ~ as my son had sought help and it simply wasn't in him to continue. (And again, my son's autopsy landed him in the "accidental" death category, but he'd attempted suicide three times in the two months prior to his death. Was it suicide? I don't know. If it wasn't? It was a sympathetic end to a suffrage I can't understand ~ but witnessed.) I had to learn to live without him, but there was a "peace" in knowing that he was no longer in wretched/wicked pain in his heart/mind/soul/body. I think for me? Putting myself out there for other Moms is what made it livable. If you can, get to therapy and support groups. Best wishes.
 MaskedNobleman
Joined: 11/15/2010
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Posted: 11/25/2011 1:05:53 PM
I use misery to drive me.

I do not use misery to define me.
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