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    seajay
     

    Death is welcome

    Death is welcome to my weary, broken, and abused heart and soul. The cruelty of the masses are without a doubt plentiful and always reliable. This world can fold in upon itself without me. Your lies and betrayals will lead the way. I have no use of such people anymore. Ignorance will rule your world now. Coldness is arriving, and the emptiness will soon be here. One last breath of sorrow l let out, and now I will sleep in peace.
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    Re: Death is welcome

    CJ -

    Please call the Suicide Prevention Hotline immediately at 1-800-273-8255 and/or visit them at
    https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/

    There are people waiting to help you.

    Barry
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    Re: Death is welcome

    Barry, it appears that you read all messages and that this person has reached out before for help.
    Do you really think posting a phone # is what this person needed/needs?
    Maybe a personal message or phone call from you can/could've prevent(ed) a tragedy!
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    Re: Death is welcome

    Dear Seajay, I am sorry for your pain and sadness. Please reach out as Barry suggests.
    Eileen

    Also here are links for local help. You can get help 24 hours a day, seven days a week by calling
    Sonoma County's 24-hour Emergency Mental Health Hotline: (800) 746-8181. To find out more about how to access mental health resources in Sonoma County call (707) 565-6900 or (800) 870-8786 at or visit the Behavioral Health website
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    Re: Death is welcome

    Quote Bob2 wrote: View Post
    Barry, it appears that you read all messages and that this person has reached out before for help.
    Do you really think posting a phone # is what this person needed/needs?
    Maybe a personal message or phone call from you can/could've prevent(ed) a tragedy!
    I have written to CJ privately and have been in touch with Mayor Slaytor (who first alerted me to this thread). I do not have her phone number.
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    Please call Derrick at 513-568-1635. He is the director of P.A.C.T.S. International. Believe it or not your experience is not unique. Harassment is being reported around the country and 70% are older single women. The situation is now under investigation by Bill Binney and Kirk Weibe. Don't delay!
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