The decision to take a life is a difficult one.
There are many reasons, and for some, the choice is simple.
When I was 15 years old, my mother was diagnosed with cancer.
It was my mother’s cancer, and it was going to kill her.
My father was on life support at home, and I was at home caring for my older sister, who was battling lung cancer.
My mother, who had been on hospice for over a year, was no longer able to take care of me.
We didn’t have a choice, and we had to take my life.
I was determined to make a decision for myself, and the decision that I made was to die.
I don’t think I was given the information about suicide, but I knew that I was going out in the world, I was never going to be alone.
That was the beginning of my journey of becoming a self-aware person.
And it was so powerful.
I did a lot of thinking, and all I really knew was that I had to get my life together and I had no choice but to do that.
I had never been to a suicide shelter before, and my mother had always been on life-support.
We were so close to death, and to me, I knew I was dying.
I could barely breathe, and she was screaming in my ear, “Please, please, don’t let me die, please.”
She was in pain, and as she struggled with that, she started to cry.
She was the first person I talked to about suicide and my life, and at that point, I started to realize that I could do it.
I wanted to do it because I was not alone.
I want to take the next step in my life and to be able to talk to my daughter about suicide in a way that she will feel comfortable, that I will feel empowered.
It’s an important thing to do, and when I talk about it, it is important to be very open.
It is important that I talk to her, and not to hide.
I have heard from other parents that their daughters had suicidal thoughts or thought that they were going to commit suicide, and they tried to talk their daughter into it.
It doesn’t matter if the daughter has gone through a traumatic experience, like when she was pregnant, or if they are in a relationship, they may be in a place of extreme anxiety.
So the conversation should be open, but not afraid to be open.
I’ve been working with some other moms to learn about suicide.
I think it is so important to teach them about it.
When they have their children, it’s important for them to be in the same room as their children and talk about suicide with them.
And I’ve learned that they are so resilient and they really do care.
But it’s also important for their children to know what they can do to support their parents, especially when their child is so young.
That is what the best support is: a strong voice.
And if they have the opportunity to do this with their children on their own, I think they will be much more comfortable.
They will know that they have support, that they don’t have to do everything alone, and that they can reach out.