Don’t End Your Song Too Early (For Those Contemplating Suicide)
I’m reblogging this post from a great blog called Stuff That Needs to be Said. This man is a genius who really captures the essence of depression. Read it and be amazed.
It can obscure the future so fully that you’re no longer able to believe anything beautiful is still possible, that joy is ever going to be within reach, that tomorrow is even worth waiting around for.
Suffer long enough and you begin to think the only direction left for you to go—is out.
If you’re there right now; if exiting is all that you can see from where you are, may these words give you breath and pause and rest.
I know that you might be holding on to the very last strand of your rope in these moments; so tired, so completely worn out from this day and all that you’ve carried through it to even think about going on another minute more—but I hope you will.
I know from where you’re standing right now it feels like far too much to ask that you would keep going, but I’m asking you to because…
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