I failed her (True story... My story...)

I use to know a girl, back in year 9 at high school. Her name was Megan and I couldn't help her. I tried and tried but it wasn't enough. Sometimes I wonder if it WAS my fault. I failed her. I failed the girl I loved. I want you to keep in mind, as you read this, that this is a true story. This is the story on how I lost the love of my life to bullying and cruelty and eventually death.

<3 Megan, I'll miss you forever baby. <3

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17. Serious Problem

I know I haven't updated this is a while and I don't have any plans anytime soon (Sorry :/ ), but I feel that there is a serious issue I need to address.

I read every single comment on this movellas and some make me grateful for those out there who care, while others make me sad.

This shouldn't need to be said, but I'm going to say it anyway:

Suicide is never an option.

Megan made a mistake and, in her final moments acknowledged that. I know you can feel trapped and that there is no other way, but trust me. There are people who can help you, who know what you're going through. This may sound cliche, but you are never alone. There will always be someone ready to stand by you, who would care that you were gone and saddened by it. You just need to give them a chance. You need to reach out, or they may never see what's wrong. It's up to you to save yourself, the rest of us are only here to help and support you if you choose to do so.

If you ever find yourself on the edge, reach out to someone you can trust, whether it be a friend, family member or perhaps an organisation set on helping people on the brink, ChildLine for example.

 

Below is the number and website for ChildLine if any of you need professional help. They are good people. If you don't wish to contact them, but are still feeling that way, I'll be online most of the time, willing to help anyone who asks. <3

ChildLine: 0800 1111     http://www.childline.org.uk/Explore/Mentalhealth/Pages/Suicidal-thoughts-feelings.aspx

 

 

To those who have people coming to them about this:

Don't shy away. That person need your help and, even if only one person is shown to care, if will make a difference.

“When we feel weak, we drop our heads on the shoulders of others. Don't get mad when someone does that. Be honored. For that person trusted you enough to, even if subtly, ask you for help.” 

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