"is cutting a sin?" you ask me. only fourteen years old. and you show me your wrists. one line for the divorce another for your mother's death a 3rd to feel the sadness in a tangible form. but there's a fourth line, it's the strongest it's the lifeline and I threw it to you the moment you told me.
My fiance's sister told me last night that she has cut her wrists a few times. She suffers from depression. Is there anything people have done to help you guys with those kinds of problems? I suffer from seasonal depression, so I am probably going to take her outside a few times a week to walk dogs. But is there anything else I can do? I'm the only one who knows; she doesn't want her therapist or family to freak out about it.
Can't breathe Can't see Can't Speak I'm drowning The harder I try the further down I fall My air is running out my lifelines are calling in a rain check when I need them the most Everything around me is getting dark Slowly getting darker and darker All the words that I want to say get stuck in my through waiting to tumble out at any give moment but stuck together They'll never suspect a drowning Accidental or intentional I've been fighting for so long With on one else on my side beaten and worn My oxygen levels are falling Heart rate slowing maybe then I'll find some peace of mind Can't breathe Can't see Can't speak Slowly drowning just tired of it all No one will ever suspect a drowning.