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Daring to Trust: Life After My Husband’s Suicide Attempt

Daring to Trust: Life After My Husband’s Suicide Attempt January 11, 2016

I will never forget how cold the tile floor was on that hot September afternoon, as I slid down the wall of ICU room number six.

The statement that made my knees buckle, as I stood at the end of that hospital bed, was, “No, I did not mix up my medicine. I wanted to die. I do not want to be here any more.”

My clearest thought was how I was not enough. But if not me, how was our beautiful baby boy not enough to make my husband want to stay? I wondered how I could possibly face family and friends at our son’s first birthday party the next day, alone. I wondered if I would spend the rest of my life the very same way.

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