Oct 30, 2013

What suicide notes look like in the social media age – Jack Flanagan – The Kernel
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It is so sad to think there are perhaps people out there that feel as if their life is not worth living. Alone perhaps they feel as if they have no way out. Perhaps social media has played a part somehow in their unhappiness. It is really sad to see the aftermath. If you are feeling down and think you have no way out, you are not alone. You are not alone!

From the article:

It is natural, if morbid, to try to romanticise death. It’s something we’re all aware will happen, so we soften the blow: we make death into “eternal sleep”. It’s more than a little jarring to this comforting appreciation of the end that there are number of people who limit themselves to a Spartan 140-character limit when they compose their final testament: a Twitter suicide note.

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