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The R.I.P. Thread


Archie Moses

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Dude was around forever.
 


JazzGal

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gandalfe

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This is so sad. I loved the Judds back in the day.

Naomi was very public about her mental health issues, encouraging people to get help. This may be rather rough for people with suicidal ideation to see someone who had all the resources, took advantage of those resources, and still lost the battle with depression.

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I don't think of it as losing the battle. I think of it as winning, every day, every hour, for decades. Every busy street they don't jump into, every pill bottle they don't empty, every knife in the kitchen they don't take to their wrists, is a fight that they won.
 

JazzGal

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I don't think of it as losing the battle. I think of it as winning, every day, every hour, for decades. Every busy street they don't jump into, every pill bottle they don't empty, every knife in the kitchen they don't take to their wrists, is a fight that they won.
Good point. And I hate the phrase "losing the battle" so no idea why I used it.

I have chronic illnesses and pain and used to think of myself as weak and useless. Now at least some days I consider myself as brave.

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