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  • stephanie anderson
    Feb 9, 2007
      <<<. I know you may be overwhelmed by
      feelings of guilt and rejection.. >>>>

      I do not feel guilty!! Just because I am gay doesn't mean that I feel guilty. Don't try to assume you know how i feel. Rejected yes! I have to be someone everyone else is happy with.

      ----- Original Message ----
      From: greenakakay07 <greenakakay07@...>
      To: exexgayministry@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Thursday, February 8, 2007 2:33:28 AM
      Subject: [ExExGayMinistry] Re: suicide

      --- In exexgayministry@ yahoogroups. com, "Stephanie"
      <freestephsteph@ ...> wrote: Stephanie, please whatever you do don't
      commit suicide, you are a valuable human being in the eyes of God and
      He loves you unconditionally. . I know you may be overwhelmed by
      feelings of guilt and rejection.. But that is not what God wants for
      you. I also know you probably feel rejected by your family as well.
      It is good that you are able to express your feelings though but
      remember it is not wrong for you to get help to resolve these
      feelings and it is nothing to be ashamed of..1-800-SUICIDE (1-800-784-

      1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255) ,also http://www.suicide org/suicide-
      hotlines.html a glbt(gay,lesbian, bisexual, transgender) suicide
      hotline is 1-866-4-U-TREVOR

      Suicide Prevention Lines
      You may call these suicide prevention numbers from anywhere in the
      United States, 24 hours a day. People are waiting to help you. Call a
      suicide prevention number right now if you need to. And always
      remember that it is never okay to act on your thoughts of suicide.
      Never. Again, call a suicide prevention number now if you need to.

      Never act on your thoughts of suicide.
      Extensive suicide prevention hotline numbers, categorized by country
      or state, can be found on the Suicide Prevention Hotlines pages of
      this web site. Go to the Suicide Prevention Hotlines index page now
      if you need to.
      Suicide is never the answer.
      Getting help is the answer.

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      If you do not need to call any of the suicide prevention numbers
      above, then please read on. . .

      Welcome, my friend, you are not alone. I am very pleased that you are
      here. And let me remind you that there is nothing more important than
      your life. Nothing.

      My name is Kevin Caruso, and I have been working with suicidal people
      for over 30 years; and I have been firmly dedicated to suicide
      prevention, awareness, and support, so please let me share my
      experience with you. The first thing that I want you to know is that
      virtually every person that I have worked with who attempted suicide,
      and survived, was glad that they lived. So the emotions that were
      causing the suicidal feelings did pass. Things got better; the sun
      did come out. So, let me extend that hope to you.

      If you are in intense emotional and/or physical pain, remember that
      your judgment is being clouded by that pain. If you are considering
      suicide, you are trying to end that pain. Please do not confuse
      ending your pain with ending your life. The two are very different.

      > I just feel so rejected today. Like there is no place for me in
      > soceity. I have thought about suicide, but have never conceplated
      > before. I am always afraid of it being morally wrong. And well I am
      > gay and I don't wanna go to hell. I definitly don't wanna kill my
      > self out of emotions. Arent these just my emotions? Anyways I don't
      > wanna leave Amy and my mom, because I wouldn't know how to deal
      > them killing themselves.
      > But amy said she hates me and doesn't wanna be with me anymore.
      > she wouldn't care, and well hates a pretty strong word, she
      > rather I died.
      > My mom wouldn't love me if she knew I was gay. Maybe soceity, and
      > family would all cope better if I wasn't around. I don't think I am
      > wanted. I am really not having a good day. I am holding against
      > thoughts with everything. Because I know life is valuable. I really
      > just want a shoulder to cry on, but I don't have one.
      > Reason three is suicide is selfish. I need to be focusing on the
      > needs of others. You know? It is not about me and my needs, but the
      > needs of others. I shouldn't sit around feeling sorry for my self
      > Please don't give me this I am depressed because I am gay. I am
      > depressed because I want a friend who I can be real around. I don't
      > feel safe anywhere I go. I want a shoulder to cry on. Please don't
      > give me I need a counselor, I am going to school to be one, and the
      > people that are in my profession seem so fake. I just wanna be
      > someone real. Is there any real people in the world? Or they all
      > wanna kill me?

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