The Suicide Grief Support Forum is a public message board, an outreach project of the Parents of Suicides (POS) and Friends and Families of Suicides (FFOS) Internet Communities. The forum officially began on October 2, 2002.
Our mission is to provide information, support and comfort to anyone whose life has been touched by the suicide of another person. Connecting with others who have walked the same road can sometimes make a difference in how we survive a tragedy that may be incomprehensible.
The board is monitored by special volunteers who give freely of their time in memory of the people they lost to suicide.
We do not pretend to be professionals, and we encourage anyone whose needs are greater than can be met here to seek out professional help.
This is not a suicide or crisis hotline. Please contact a counselor, family member, friend, or emergency services if you are having suicidal thoughts.
Or in the USA, call:1-800-SUICIDE 1-800-273-TALK
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Matnet4 wrote:. I'm so glad they enjoyed that "hobby" together. My husband swears that our son enjoyed it.....I'm not so sure--I think he just wanted
his cars RUNNING so he could DRIVE them......
ScottsMom wrote: They all just seem to value others simply for their existance and not for material or cosmetic reasons. Do you ever wonder if that is somehow important in how they coped? I know I do.
Carly--"boys and their toys......" YES!
Nik and his brother used to fight like cat and dog when they were young, but if any other child picked on either one of them the other would step in to help them.
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