I got a text yesterday, someone told me to kill myself.

My friend took my phone and sent a really long message telling them they were wrong.

He then looked at me and said

"Don't let them get to you.

I care"
You're on here, maybe you have problems, anxiety, depression.

Maybe you're bullied or you cut.

Maybe you're just fine and posting about something inspirational.

But whoever you are, you're beautiful.

You're here because you have hope.

You are breathtaking and you posting your stories GMH.
My 15-year-old little sister's best friend had broken into our house to stop my sister from killing herself.

Her friend is 15, doesn't yet have a driver's license, hot wired her mother's car, and drove 1.5 hours in the middle of the night on a Tuesday to get here.

Absolute love GMH.
15 Things You Should Know About World War II

Dwight D. Eisenhower, who served as the 34th President of the United States from 1953 to 1961, had just a few years prior to his term been a general in World War Two. When in Germany, he learned of the extermination camp in Ohrdruf, Germany. 

Upon discovering it, he arranged to meet other generals there, as that area of Germany had been captured by the Allies already. Eisenhower led a tour through the extermination camp and was so appalled that he ordered every American soldier there not on the front lines to visit Ohrdruf. This was so they would know exactly what they’re fighting against. 

Eisenhower said that the atrocities there were “beyond the American mind to comprehend.” As a result, he ordered every citizen of the town of Gotha to tour the camp. 

After the mayor and his wife toured the camp, they were so disturbed and ashamed that they went home and hanged themselves. Commenting on the atrocities, Eisenhower later said “I never dreamed that such cruelty bestiality, and savagery could really exist in this world.”

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Her entire family was in a car crash.

To this day, she still has the scar on her forehead from the crash, and she wears her bangs back in a headband so everyone can see it.

One day I asked her why, and she told me, "So no one ever forgets my baby brother."

She always has a huge smile on her face.

Her remembrance for her brother GMH.
My best friend passed 3 years ago, at only 12 years old.

Last week I talked to my friend Joe, he said that he had been suicidal as well.

He and I shared are stories, talked to each other about them and made sure that neither of us were alone.

We swore down, that never again would either of us even think about suicide.

Our friendship GMH.