READ. IT'S LONG BUT WORTH IT.
It might seem a little complicated but it makes sense at the end I promise.
There’s a man sitting alone at a coffee shop.
He has a seemingly happy life. Has loving friends and family.
A college degree and a job, and a nice house.
But something is wrong.
He has always been alone.
He feels empty.
Like a piece of his heart; the thing that would make his life complete, is just missing.
He has tried for years to fill it, with anything and everything.
But it’s just empty.
There’s a man sitting at a coffee shop.
There’s an aurora of happiness around him.
His life is complete. He has loving family, and friends. A nice house, a good job.
A woman walks up to him.
his eyes light up even more than before, if that was possible.
The woman was beautiful.
Even with the scars littered all over her body, she was absolutely perfect to him.
She sat next to him.
They started talking and laughing, and you could tell that they were completely and utterly in love with each other.
There’s a man sitting on a recliner, watching a football game, with a can of beer in his hand.
you look around the room and you see trash everywhere. Empty pizza boxes, liquor bottles, and beer cans.
The man looks empty.
The bags under his eyes painfully noticeable.
He yells slurred drunken words at the game on the t.v
He hates football, but he continues to watch it.
He doesn’t know why.
An hour later he passes out.
The man picks up the phone.
“Hello?” He says happily.
“Hey dad. Am I still coming to watch the game tonight?” A woman on the other line said.
He smiled with joy in his eyes. “Yes. Wouldn’t dare watch it without you.” He said happily.
He got off the phone, and walked into the kitchen.
He got Doritos, and Mountain Dew. Her favorite snack/drink combination.
He walked to the living room, just as the doorbell rang.
He opens the door, and a girl is on the other side.
She smiles big, and hugs the man.
“Hey dad.” She says.
“Hey. the games about to start, and I know how much you like watching the beginning” the man said.
The girl practically dived to the remote, and turned the t.v on.
The man chuckled and sat down in his recliner.
There’s a girl alone in her room. Crying.
She doesn’t know what to do anymore.
Ever since her best friend….. died.
She remembers her friend telling her all about her family troubles, how sad she was.
The girl thought it was a phase, that she would get through it, and that she was being over-dramatic.
She was wrong. So painfully wrong.
She wishes she would’ve listened, talked to her best friend more.
Maybe she would’ve been alive still.
Her friends death was all her fault.
She grabbed the blades and closed the bathroom door.
Smiling at the pain she was going to cause, not being able to wait to see the blood coming out of her like rivers.
“DEAR GOD HE IS SO CUTE I JUST WANT TO KISS IS FACE” the girl screamed.
the other girl laughed. “I know he is one fine hunk of man.”
“OKAY ARE WE WATCHING THE OFFICE OR WHAT.” The girl squealed.
“YES. PAM JUST NEEDS TO BREAK UP WITH ROY AND GET WITH JIM ALREADY GOODNESS.” the other girl says.
They get their blankets and Chinese food. And turned on the office and started watching.
Scenario 1, is what it would be like if the girl committed suicide.
She ended it, not thinking about whether it would get better in the future or not. Or how it would affect the people that would have been in her life.
Scenario 2 is what her life would have been like if she didn’t commit suicide.
It got better for her eventually.
If you’re thinking about committing suicide just think for a minute.
Even though you feel like absolute shit now, imagine your life in 10, even 20 years.
It can get better. And it will.
Taking your life is a permanent solution to a temporary problem.
Even if it doesn’t seem so temporary right now.
Stay strong, and look to the future.
I’m always here if any one needs to talk about anything.
No matter how big or small you think your problems are.
You are all beautiful wonderful people, who don’t deserve to live with pain or sadness.
When I was in 9th Grade I fought the toughest kid in school, and lost badly. I knew I’d lose, he knew I’d lose, the whole school knew I’d lose — But I fought that motherfucker anyway.
That’s about all you really need to know about me.