I asked him if he was suicidal. He paused and answered yes. This post is about what it’s like to talk to someone who’s suicidal — and to pay attention from the perspective of someone who feels hopeless.
I LOVE this post by guest blogger, Brita. She’s an incredible writer and offers amazing insight to the world of dating while working at a bar. Note to men: don’t do this anymore.
I recently looked at my high school yearbooks and remembered a difficult time in my life. Here’s a short story of awkwardness that most people can relate to.
Too often we see something and wish it was a small drawback, rather than an indication of something bigger. Red flags wave to alert us to potential problems that we may not be able to handle.
In all of these recent breakups, I’ve been witness to the common thread: that people need the space and love to be able to talk it out. And I also know intimately well that breakups hurt, sting, linger.