My sister was unhappy with herself and the world. On December 27, 2010 she made a decision that would prove final. A bottle of Tylenol PM combined with street drugs of her choice ended her life here on earth. My mother felt responsible and it devastated us all. To think that only 23 years of life was all my sister could bare is a pretty grim thought. Life is anything but easy and I understand that she was not living life but merely going through the motions to exist. I miss her and hope she has found some peace in the arms of the almighty.
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