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She is not suicide attempt worthy

by sisterpoet on November 12, 2012   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr

Visited a suicide attempter today. It was all in response to being rejected from the one he loves/ the one he is married to. So just because she was of such poor character to engage in unfaithful behavior, does not
mean that he should take it as a reflection of his unworthiness. In fact, she is for sure not worth it. She is worthless... An empty, hurtful, selfish human being. If only he could see that. He may have never done what he did .


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