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My significant other of over 33 years took his own life in March, 2015. He suffered from mental illness for many years. In the end of 2012, his symptoms worsened and his anxiety/depressive episodes were occurring more frequently. He tried everything; medications, psychologists, nutrition, exercise (he was an Ironman triathlete), meditation, yoga etc. Nothing could save him. Yet to most, he appeared to have it all, looks, talented athlete, super smart, visionary entrepreneur and was a well known and beloved coach in his field. The aftermath and collateral damage from suicide is huge. In addition, we were not married which further added further complexity and challenges, even though we had wills.

February 5, 2016 - 9:34am


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