6 Things I Was Unprepared For After My Mother Committed Suicide

14 years ago, my mother committed suicide. These are the 6 things I was unprepared for after that fact & how I coped with it.

6 Things I Was Unprepared For After My Mother Committed Suicide

I’m so glad I found this post, from a child who lost a mother to suicide, so that I could obtain some insight on how my ultimate decision may affect my own children. #thingsthatmakeyougohmm πŸ€”

Here, the author talks candidly about the relationship between them and their mom and they honestly state that there were arguments and grudges… That’s to be expected, and part of the reason I feel the way I do nowadays. All throughout life, even as a child, when it’s time to reminisce about any vacation or family celebration… I’ve noticed it’s all laughs and smiles, until we collectively remember that I ended up messing everything up, by hurting someone’s feelings smh πŸ€¦πŸ½β€β™€οΈ. I tell my family all the time… Not to think that suicide ideation only exists in the minds of people, because they’re selfishly sad about what they don’t have or what others have done to them… No, there’s torment that I deal with regularly because of what I can’t give to family (gifts, financial help, advice) and also I hurt simply because I’ve hurt them over the years, with my stupid big mouth, and judgmental ways smh πŸ€¦πŸ½β€β™€οΈ… Never knowing when to just STFU 😩

#shootahdcpassion #CertifiedSTEPPAH #putemonnashirt4Passion #pluckemoff4passion #pressemout4passion

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