posted on Apr, 23 2007 @ 03:47 PM
My experiance tells me that suicide, successful or not, give warnings that can be seen.
There are always signs. Moodiness, changes in behaviour, etc...
Without knowing the precise nature of the notes...I can only assume that they had problems that were "insurmountable", their world was collapsing,
and the modern 10 second attention span it seemed that whatever the issue was it was never going to resolve itself, so hey presto, lets end our
misery. "Let us be free", or whatever the phrase the girls used is repeated in nearly every single note, or video, or phonecall I've ever heard
Two troubled little girls cried out for help and weren't heard until it was too late.
SuicideVirus. What a lovely and compassionate thought process you have. Not. Suicide leaves living victims too. Parents, siblings, and
friends...all of whom are dealing with a level of guilt because they didn't see the warning sign in time. Comments like that aren't of any real
use, and only increases their pain.
All these girls needed was a receptive ear, and an understanding voice. Instead, they seemingly decided that it was a useless excercise to continue
and ended it all. The tragic aspect of it is the loss of so much potential.