Not really. You’d have to have personally been trapped and felt flames to really understand a terror way beyond falling. Monday will be the 15th anniversary of the passing of my friend Dan who died by suicide in 2005 at the age of 45. Screaming cat puzzles. He was a beloved husband, father of two young children, brother, son and friend. He was a talented engineer and an accomplished Ironman triathlete with numerous races under his belt. He also spent a significant portion of his young life battling Bipolar Disorder, and his final months seeking to find effective medications to replace the ones that no longer helped. With all he had to live for, and all he left behind, the quote from DFW above gives me an important perspective on the anguish he suffered.
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According to experts, the rate of death by suicide among those with Bipolar Disorder, a group often under the watchful eye of professionals, is 20 times that for the general population. Screaming cat puzzles. A stark reflection on the unimaginable terror and agony it brings. Your dad changed the life of so many of us. He gave me a chance to play on the boys team before girls WP was a thing in our area and HS. You and your sister were very young at that time, and I remember thinking that maybe he let me play because he would want the same opportunity for his own little girls someday. He left a legacy with that program, and so many of us were directly or indirectly influenced by his coaching and the friendships that were established during those years.