Join Date: Oct 2010
Location: Some times Llanelian - North wales, sometimes Hull in East Yorkshire (UK)
Phantomcolt. Be glad you acted as you did, It is far better to lose her friendship now rather then have to attend her funeral in the future.
I have attended the funeral of a good friend of mine, She was one of those girls that had everything to live for, beautiful, skinny, lots of money, private schooling, luxury cars, good boyfriend, qualifications coming out of her ears. She committed suicide.
It was horrific going to her funeral wondering if there was any warning signs that we missed or if there was something we could have done. I was away at uni for the 6months prior to her death, it is a horrific feeling wondering If I had been in contact more or If I had visited more would I have spotted something, some little warning sign that might have prevented it.
I would hate to be in the position of KNOWING that I could have done something but didnt. Not knowing and wondering was bad enough!
RIDE your horse FORWARDS and keep him STRAIGHT