Me Too

Someone post this on a close bipolar group that I’m in on Facebook. And several people responded the same way.

8750E866-163A-4B75-A901-66DD3185ED46They said “that’s the only thing that kept me from moving forward with my act”. After I read it, it really moved me and I said “Me Too”. Even if I wasn’t having any thoughts, or ideation. I said me too, because I want to my best to remember that. One more tools to fight this illness go my life and for my children. With that said.

If anyone can relate to either or having a disorder or a love one of someone with a disorder. “What is a tool, I.e. a statement, a mantra, you would advise to help someone to prevent suicide?”

Open discussion here and on my blog:
You may save a life with your suggestion.

My Mental Memoirs

4 thoughts on “Me Too

  1. Nyam Gini says:

    “Take a shower, wash off the day. Drink a glass of water. Make the room dark. Lie down and close your eyes. Notice the silence. Notice your heart. Still beating. Still fighting. You made it, after all. You made it, another day. And you can make it one more. You’re doing just fine.” — Charlotte Eriksson (via Summer Sines)

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