Posted by Dee (184.108.40.206) on September 19, 2003 at 19:21:04:
In Reply to: Re: Quick suicide question posted by Aweekleft (220.127.116.11) on September 19, 2003 at 17:10:59:
I'm 34 and felt like you last year. You don't have to take Prozac or any other meds forever, it's just for now.. today. Who cares to admit complete defeat. Yesterday and tomorrow are making today horrible for you. You are alive and I can say that I'm glad to have met you because you have brought something special to me.. memories of how things can be when I'm letting the past and future screw up the day I'm in. Stay with us, stay in the day you're in. Pick up this book. It's called The Power Of Now from Eckhart Tolle. He is a former suicidal homeless man who relized that he was letting his thoughts tell his mind what to do all the time. See, your mind is like a computer he says. You have to look at it in third person and what you'll see is similar to the computer you're looking at. It has a virus, not just one but several. Yours is the thought of suicide. You must delete it. It's taking your healthy mind and causing it to crash. Eckhart ended up living on park benches and wondering around expressionless until it hit him like a ton of bricks that his thoughts can be controlled if you go into third person (your being) See you don't live in your mind, you live in your being. Anyway, it's a great book and you'll be surprised at it's content. Let me know what you think k.
Your friend, don't cha be going know where now.. KEEP COMING BACK
Dee : )
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