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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
#48 - willcutting
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(05/04/2013) [-]
I know that feel, I knew that guy, one of my best friends, it was 8 years I knew him , almost 7 years he was diagnosed schizophrenic. He had been through so many *****, just a few people were there for him.

I've spent so many time trying to help him, it was good for a time, and then it was again terrible. He talked about suicide so many time, I've always succeed to deter him to commit suicide.

After 5 years I went to the university, and him, he was doing nothing because of his disease. we lost contact for a while, I was a bit tired because what a tried to do with him failed everytime. Once he sent me a mail asking to hang out sometimes. I was in a hurry and told him that I couldn't for a few time. 1 week later, he commited suicide.

And now I regret I wasn't there for him at the end and I'm quite sure I would had been able to "save" him one more time.

It has been a year, I still have his number on my cellphone, sometime I'm sure he's online on facebook, I see him on the street, and sometimes when I'm drunk I want to call him.

I loved this guy as a brother, and I will for the rest of my life.
#75 to #48 - anon id: e81979cf
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Those last few lines made me cry like a baby.

Rest In Peace.
User avatar #173 to #75 - willcutting
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Thank you for the support bro.
#70 to #48 - anon id: d8b8962e
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Maybe all those other times you were there you stopped him. Maybe you gave him a little more life each time. No one can be there forever. What you did give him in his life was more valuable than anything.
User avatar #174 to #70 - willcutting
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Thank you bro, I guess you're right, but you know you just think about it again and again. Thank you for the support.