Shannon Cameron finding someone you trust is as satisfying as an everlasting rainbow:3
For the past few months, I have been a member of over 6 social networking sites, none of which are mainstream and I always ensure that I don’t know anyone on there.
They are often self harmers and suicidal people among the happy teens and bustling hipster kids. So what did I do?
I helped them of course.
So far, I have managed to talk several into getting professional help which has been successful, and I have talked many out of suicide – numerous lives are now saved.
If they have problems you can’t deal with, still be there for them – don’t drop them! Even if they are being stubborn and aggressive, care all the same because sometimes it’s when someone is being harsh that they need to be loved the most.
You might read this and think ‘get a grip’, but really, please do something. You have no idea how far a little consideration goes:
“thousands of candles can be lightened from a single candle and the life of the candle will not be shortened. Happiness never decreases by being shared” – Buddhist Proverb.