If you’ve said sorry, and she ‘didn’t accept’ your apology, don’t rush your friend. What matters is you’ve said sorry and you wanted your friendship to be fixed (because it’s been bothering you and your friends means so much to you). Don’t end it, that means you’re losing hope. If you trust your friend, you won’t end it and you’re not the one who’s been trying hard.
I know you’re tired but don’t lose hope— and keep positive! :)
I admire your courage, dear. But first, you have no right (or any one) to take your life from you. It isn’t your time, yet. You’ll sometimes feel like you’re worthless and you don’t know what to do anymore but it’s just the beginning— I’m not saying that to get you intimidated, but there are still more beautiful things out there.
Your first resort is to pray. Keep that in mind. The human soul is stronger than you think, keep strong, we both know that you are strong. Soon you’ll realize the solution to your problem. And suicide is never the answer to problems.
Killing yourself makes you submit to your problem and admit defeat. You need to think ahead. Think of all those who will miss you if you kill yourself right now? Think about your parents, all those sacrifices they did for you just so you could live a healthy and stable life. Your friends who have shared laughs with you. Your best friends that you’ve shared secrets with because you trust each other. All that you’ve discovered in this world, your talents, your kindness, all will go downfall if you let your problem GET TO YOU.
Don’t let that. Fight it.
God is in charge, let Him.
Tell me, dear. What is it that bothers you?
I also have a family member who comes home late at night, drunk. He’ll be saying things I know he’ll regret in the morning— it’s because of him being a sober.
Trying to make someone better doesn’t mean you’re betraying.
It’s easily said than done. I personally don’t know your brother but… probably he’ll hold a grudge on you— but remember this. Don’t regret what you’ve did if you know it was for the better.
I’m sure in the end he’ll be thanking you for it.
First, are you really close with your parents? Like you talk every time and are comfortable with each other?