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    hang me please

    other people were quilty for my injury and standard of care.they are free and enjoy their lifes and i am a quad .the justice is blind.hang me please.my cervical area is not very strong.[c6-c7 injured].i will smile ,not cry.
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    Sometimes it helps to turn anger, frustration into positive energy to get things done. I understand your court results and injury are still fresh ... but don't give up the good fight yet.
    Make America Sane Again. lol

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    Hanging

    If you're not happy, hang yourself. Our lives are always going to suck compared to what they were. I'd do myself in, but don't seem to have whatever it takes. Show us the way.

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    There are always bad days, weeks, months, with SCI. However, they do improve and become routine. After spending about 90% of my life SCId, I know it well. Stay strong and keep looking to what there is out there yet.
    C2/3 quad since February 20, 1985.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ozymandias
    If you're not happy, hang yourself. Our lives are always going to suck compared to what they were. I'd do myself in, but don't seem to have whatever it takes. Show us the way.
    as i understood a donkey caused your injury ,my injury was caused by idiots.
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    I like to think I am still here because I have a child who would be devistated if I wasn't. It gets real hard for me some days. My luck, I would do myself in and the cure would come 6 months later(I consider this too). If your like me you have it all planned.How you will do it, where you want the ashes thrown, etc... I usually come back to the same thought...I hate what I am going thru and how I feel but am I really ready to not ever feel anything again....ever. Anyway, I am so with you on this. Also, it's one of those things you can't talk about to people because society says suicide is bad but society has never had to live this way. They don't know shit! And these able bodied people who claim to be depressed. Some of them even get disability for it. They don't know what real depression is all about.

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    adi,

    what helped me get undepressed was somthing my mom told me. When I told her I wanted to die, but I didn't have the guts to do it myself, she could see I had no life in my eyes.

    She told me if I still felt this way in 5 years from now, she would help me do it. I was very suprised to hear that, a solution to my suffering. No longer did I feel like sci was forever but just 5 more years of dealing with this shit and it could be over with. Well its not 5 years, its only been 2 and I love life again, so her plan worked.

    The point is, she knew I was very depressed and didn't want to live like this forever so she gave me a time limit. This made me feel like well I have 5 more years to live, I better do somthing in these 5 years and thats what helped me get back to my life.
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    Well Guys,,,
    When I wake up, and look out the window, across the bay at the sunrise, I look at the building that part of came down on top of me 3 years ago. Sun glistinig on the water, boats leaving the bay, birds starting to fly. There it is, not a penny yet, but dont worry, for the last 2 years, it will be any day now. if I didn't have so much to do this would have really worn me down by now. I've now got enough health issues tp fill my backpacks that used to hold tools, Oh but you could work in Mc Donalds??? No I don't think so......

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    Oh but you could work in Mc Donalds??? No I don't think so......

    I realize you can't go back to what you use to do as work but why limit yourself? You still have a mind even if your body is not up to par, why not learn another trait or go back to school to keep yourself busy and maybe find somthing you enjoy to do as a living.
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    cory,
    I haven't limited myself, I've gone ahead, it's just a million dollar real estate veiw that I own, and have to see everyday. I am still very active, still weld, use my tools even though my brother said I should sell them ther'e worth so much money, you'll never use them again. Big mistake, tell me no, and I will do it any way. and I have, sort of re=tooled, push things in what used to hold me rollator, etc. I get down on the ground, crawl around, and get things done. It tires me out, but, it is like going to my own personal gym. I do go to one, but this gives me incentive to go forward, kind of like what you went through with your mother. It does take time to heel all around, but let's face it, would you like your wrecked jeep in your living room? I've just got a real bad waterfront veiw!!!! It is still nice if I scan past the "scene" . Sounds cold, I know but, I haven't given up the desire to live, and go forward. It's just that I've had to make some changes that I didn't plan on making quite yet. Oh yes, I'm also 47.

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