Excerpt From HuffPost Article by Rachel Enberg
Although I am not sicker than most, I am sicker than many, and there are days when I feel indistinguishable from the three- and four-letter disorders that have shaped my life since childhood. I have heard people say that suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem, but there is nothing temporary about the chronic, unrelenting and hellish suffering of those with severe mental illness. For these people, for Luna and for me, the permanence of suicide is the precise appeal. Remember that when you are depressed, your brain is like a dangerous neighborhood; you should not go there alone.