You got me suuuweeecidal....suuuweeecidal.....
September 24, 2010 11:07pm CST
I have a story that I just remembered when I heard Sean Kingston's song over the radio. A guy pal of mine has a girlfriend who happened to be my classmate in highschool. Even before, most of us had already noticed that she was weird. We thought it was just because of her medication regimen for her insomnia. But it turned to be something else and something more according to my guy pal. Now I felt really sorry for both of them because they are both really in love with each other and one time, when my guy pal had doubts about going on with the relationship, the girl expressed that she's gonna hurt herself in case that happens. How would you deal with this kind of situation if were in it?
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25 Sep 10
Have the girl admitted to a mental institution for a full mental evaluation. Sound mean/cruel but you could be saving her life in the long run. She needs to love herself first before becoming involved with another person. She has some serious issues to deal with.
25 Sep 10
I think it is a tough situation for both of them.She is battling with mental illness and i think she has become mentally insensitive and weak to part away with her boyfriend.She knows her situation very well and she is just holding him back for her mental and emotional security. If she had truly loved him then she would have parted away knowingly very well that she cannot start normal life with him.
25 Sep 10
I don't demean her, but maybe she was not also psychologically stable to make such a sacrifice. People with this illness cling to people for security because they need it. My friend loves her so much and is willing to sacrifice a normal life for her but I'm just thinking that what if, one day, he grows tired and weary, he just couldn't leave her beacuse she might hurt herself. The girl's family also thinks that he is a blessing to them and I just know they'd never let him go. In short, I pity them both but more for my friend.
7 Oct 10
That's a bit too difficult. Say that I don't really like that girl but, she's serious about ending her life in case I don't really get into a relationship with her. That's unfair for the both of us since we're only going with it 'cause I pity her and for her selfish reasons. Someone dying 'cause of such reason is a burden and you might end up confused with what is right and wrong. I'd probably try to calm her for as long as I can, it may take a long time, who knows? Then, if ever I still haven't developed any feelings for this person, I'd really try my best to establish her sanity and better judgement with my own reasons with breaking up. If you are willing to kill yourself if someone doesn't want to be with you, how can you really be with that person if that person doesn't even value them selves?
26 Sep 10
I have been their, a few times in my life time. When you are young it is really scary! You are afraid he will do it. But, now that I am older I realize no one has the right to force someone to stay in a broken relationship. My last BF threatened me as well. Sure, you don't feel well about it. But, on the other hand, it is his decision. If he don't have respect for himself, how could he ever find respect for me???
25 Sep 10
This is sad. Reminds me of the movie Mad Love and CrazyBeautiful. And the worst part is she's trapping and blackmailing him emotionally. The parents of the girl should seek help. Just to make sure. If I were in the guy's place. Most likely, I will not break up because of the guilt that I would feel and somehow will have the advance feeling of being responsible if something bad happens to the girl. But I hope the guy will have the strength to be there for the girl. So that the girl, your friend, will be inspired of having herself check. For her sake.