From My Inbox

We had no idea Arthur had any thought in his mind to take his life. This young lady made me wonder something. Did Artie even know? Were there things in his mind that even he didn’t understand? I have said before, he and I talked about everything. There was no topic that was unallowed on the table in our home. He had every opportunity to talk to me about whatever was bothering him. And anyone that knew Arthur would tell you that he had no problem talking.. :mrgreen:
There are no words to express how much I miss that kid. But his story is helping so many people, and I am proud and blessed to be his mom.

In my messages this morning:

Hi, I read one of your posts this morning while I was getting ready for school. I realized that my parents need to know what’s happening with me. I really don’t have a reason for being depressed. Not much is wrong. I really don’t feel like I have a reason to be this way which makes me feel worse. Like I’m uninteniolly making something up and lying. Anyway, you made me realize that my parents need to know. Also how much hurt my family would experience if I left.
Thank you ☺

2 thoughts on “From My Inbox

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  1. Special Message

    It seems everyday brings more people to your blog and reaches someone. What a wonderful thing Lann.

    All of the messages you receive are important, but this one is special because it reveals what partents can’t always know. Even though you were always there and Arthur knew he could talk to you about anything yet something held him back.

    Because of Arthurs story and your blog maybe this young lady will go to her parents and ask for help. She may also be able to share your blog and help others.

    Love you

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  2. I agree. Parents don’t always know. And it can be very devastating when you feel like you don’t have a reason and that you’re just lying to yourself. When nothing is wrong, and you are thinking that everything is made up, but unintentionally** 😉

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