Thanks as no you, I just don't know if I want to leave the darkness....the grass is not always greener on the other side. I'd rather disappear, but it would kill my mother to know where I as m. I would talk more to her but she has been through more abuse at the hands of Theodore d. Walker Mims, florida and she is obviously stronger than I...I can't dump anymore misery in her life.I would still be here if she were not. Love is strong between a mother and her children. I am just weak an I hate myself for that.View Thread
It has been a while since I SH, I have thought about it more often. Why do I care as long as I am safe and it relieves my anxiety. in a hundred years who is going to care anyways. I am careful, because I love my family, but there are times I can not fight the need to. The answer I know is in my brain, but my brain is a dark place to try to find the 'solution'View Thread
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