Our expert says:
YOu know, it's only a guess that there might be peace after suicide, and some faiths believe it is definitely not so. It really is more practical to achieve peace while very much alive.
I'm so sorry to hear how you have lead a truly unfortunate life, and apparently you have a toxic family. Is it not possible to find some way for the welfare organizations to take over the care of your mother ? And/or for them to put pressure on the rest of your family to take up their responsibilities for her ? If she needs actual care, a state home might not please her, but has the responsibility for caring for her. And if she's simply poor and lazy, then she should seek assistance from the welfare organizations herself.
Sadly, newspapers often receive such messages as you are planning, and usually choose not to publish them. Only if one works over a longer period o time to meet with and interest an individual reporter in the whole story, is it possible they would be interested enough to pay attention.
You may not appreciate the frankness and directness with which "Woman" expresses herself, but do attend to what she says. You can still go for most of your dreams, especially those which rely on yourself, and don't depend on what other people do or don't do.
If you are seriously thinking of ending your life already, the risks of taking bold steps towards some of your dreams and forming a new and more satisfying way of life are small by comparison. Why not be bold about moving forward, assertively, rather than giving up ?
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