The notes ):226,000.
It saddens me so many people have reblogged this, and so many people have felt this horrible feeling that I, too, have experienced. I wish I could do something for each soul. More than 25,000 people. Can’t believe.
More than 73,000 people now..
Please. If anyone ever ever EVER needs to talk, I am always here, OK? Promise.
Don’t ask unless I’ve confided in you before.
Love to everyone. <3
woo ten years and counting.
but seriously, folks. life is really fucking amazing. and it’s worth sticking around for.
Well, it’s worth sticking around for unless you’re seriously ill with no hope of recovery and would be grateful for medical assistance to die rather than live out the remaining days, weeks, months, or even years, of your life.
Someday, I will ask for such assistance from a doctor because of progressively worsening pulmonary fibrosis. As it happens, life isn’t really fucking amazing for me, even now, but I’m willing to stick it out for the next 10 years or so, until I have so much difficulty breathing (even with the help of oxygen) that I’m bedridden. At that point, since I know it could go on for another five years like that, I’ll stop eating and ask for a doctor’s aid in dying. Nobody should be forced to stick it out to the (very) bitter end if they’re miserable with illness.
Trigger Warning: Suicide
*hugs and a cuppa* Omg, you’re not nothing, Gregg! After so many people wanted to get into Hot Pieces of Ace and we kept telling people, “hey, it would be awesome if you all would start your own channel,” and nobody did and nobody did and nobody did…You were the one who got the ball rolling with the Dapper Ace. You’re an awesome person, and no one here thinks you’re nothing.
I know being in pain from depression sucks. I live with this, too (though it’s mostly in remission these days because of a combination of medication, family support, and the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy I did almost two years ago), so I know how hard it is when it’s at its worst. I know it’s not easy to believe when you’re in the lows of bi-polar disorder, but remember this too shall pass. With good therapy and medication support,I really believe it will be possible for you to find a way to manage this, Gregg.