I stepped off the elevator, eager to tell my therapist that I had finally found a reason to live, and had decided not to kill myself.

All I found in his office was an open window, and a note that simply read, “You were right, nothing matters, none of it.” I felt a chill run up my spine as I read the words. I had come to my therapist’s office with a newfound hope that life was worth living, but now it seemed like all hope had been extinguished.

I cautiously stepped closer to the window and peered outside. I saw a figure standing on the edge of the building, silhouetted against the night sky. I gasped as I recognized the figure as my therapist. He had jumped.

I stepped away from the window, feeling a wave of sadness and guilt wash over me. Had I been wrong to believe that there was still hope? I thought back to the note, and the words echoed in my mind. Nothing mattered, none of it.

I slowly walked out of the office, my heart heavy with grief. I had come here seeking comfort and reassurance, but instead I had found a chilling reminder of how fragile life could be. I had been right, nothing mattered, none of it.

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I tensed up when I heard the raised voices

I tensed up when I heard the raised voices

It took me a few seconds to realise that it was only the television and to

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When the authorities called and said they were bringing my wife home after finding her wandering around a local mall, I placed the barrel of the pistol against my temple and prepared to pull the trigger.

When the authorities called and said they were bringing my wife home after finding her wandering around a local mall, I placed the barrel of the pistol against my temple and prepared to pull the trigger.

After listening to the priest and cutting her body up into 1999 pieces,

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