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SIX WORD » PAIN & HOPE

His death caused pain. Never him.

by DreamingGrace on November 5, 2013   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


My father's father committed suicide almost 5 years ago. He hurt not a soul in his life, but so many with his death. Everyone said it was his meds, or a stroke. We all HOPE that's what it was. But... What if it wasn't? Why didn't we see it? Whatever pain he was feeling.. Because of meds or otherwise. We all felt it with his death. With the circumstances of it. It changed all of us. And continues to.

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