The police in case of Jiah Khan's suicide case had recently found a few of Jiah's handwritten love letters at her boyfriend Sooraj Pancholi's residence. And surprisingly, the handwriting in the suicide letter and the love letters DO NOT MATCH. Here's more..
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suicide is never the answer. Getting help is. Please, talk to someone, anyone...find something to believe in, something to give you peace besides death.
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So it turns out the whole Adam' Song was about Adam Krieger is completely false. There is no connection. www.adamsletter**** was recently updated to make it clear.
However, the whole message behind this stands. This note is written beautifully and in such a way that we might be able to understand a small portion of what is going on inside the minds of these types of people and possibly save some lives.
****But what I really do not like about all this .....if this (a SINGLE person's) note was real, it would have more of an impact on people. But seeing a fake note and only reading statistics of literally THOUSANDS who take their life away every day because of relatively the same problems, we do not flinch. What has become of ourselves?
We are so unmotivated and stone-cold. We live in a society where showing visible emotion is seen as one being weak. We're destroying ourselves. This is how the world ends...
These are lines from an actual suicide letter writen by a young teenage girl.
Suicide is not a joke. It's not something that you only see on tv or hear about on the news. Suicide is real. Nearly everyone in the world is faced with suicidal thoughts at some point in their lives. Sometimes the feelings go away. But sometimes they don't. Sometimes they can take over a life, and then end it.
A lot of times people don't even realize when others are going through suicidal thoughts. Sometimes they do and brush the person off. If someone tells you they're suicidal, DO NOT brush it off. Maybe they are joking, maybe they aren't. Do you want to wait till their funeral to find out? Talk to people. Listen. Accept others for who they are. Learn to love. Do not take people for granted. You never know what they're going through. You never know how close they could be to writing their own letter of goodbye.
If you're out there thinking of suicide, there is help and suicide is NOT the answer. Although it may not feel like it, there are people in the world that love you, even if you don't know them. There are people praying for you, even if you can't hear them. There are people going through the same things you are, even if you can't see them. Get help. Stay strong. You have a purpose in this world. You are loved.
"Suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem"
National Suicide Hotline (USA)
EDIT: READ THIS IF YOU ARE GOING TO BASH MY VIDEO IN ANY WAY:
aparently there has been some confusion and some people think I put this on here for either a) attention or b) to depress people. it was for neither purpose. if you are not suicidal and ignore the problem of suicide in today's society, i hope this upsets you, i hope it wakes you up to the reality we are faced with. if you are suicidal or depressed, this isn't to make it worse. watch the video all the way through, pay attention to the ending. there is help. there is hope. you are NOT alone. trust me. you are loved more than you know.
anyone who wants to/needs to can message me about anything. just please if it is to bash, be respectful. thanks. to anyone else, i am always here to listen and help.
if you are a survivor of suicide or someone who has dealt with this in the past and overcame it, leave an encouraging comment please. we can all overcome this horrible tragedy together.
The clip suicide letter from About a Boy (2002) with Nicholas Hoult, Toni Collette
I got the letter. Thanks.
Oh, my God. I'd forgotten.
You forgot a suicide letter?
I didn't think I'd have to remember it, did I?
Did you read the part where I said I'd always love you?
It's a bit hard for you to love me when you're dead, isn't it?
I can understand why you're angry, Marcus.
The clip suicide letter Part 2 from About a Boy (2002) with Toni Collette, Nicholas Hoult
I don't feel the same as I did yesterday, if that's any help.
It's all just gone away? All that?
...at the moment, I feel better.
"At the moment" is no good to me.
I can see you feel better at the moment. You just put the kettle on.
But what happens when you finish your tea? What happens when I go back to school?
I can't be here to watch you all the time.
We have to look after each other. The two of us.
Suddenly I realized two people isn't enough.
You need a backup.
If you're only two people, and someone drops off the edge...
...then you're on your own.
Two isn't a large enough number.
You need three, at least.
But I'd had a great idea.
From the movie Après vous... - Antoine (Daniel Auteuil) reinterprets the suicide letter from Louis for the benefit of his grandmother (Andrée Tainsy).
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