I would be extremely pissed off if I dropped the last few eggs in the house, especially if I was craving them, like today, I was really craving carbonara, I too only had two eggs left, but it was a glorious carbonara.
It could be worse though, you could of dropped a carving knife and it went through your foot. =B I hope your mate will be okay.
She's an up and down kind of gal. By the time I got to her, I was able to help her out of the episode long enough for her not to have to visit the hospital. She's a job that would end up firing her if they found out she'd made an attempt like that.
Ah, that makes a lot of sense. Still, that's a shame her line of work isn't more supportive instead outright firing her over something like that. In what world would good come of firing someone who just tried the "okay-I-quit-bye" thing?
I suppose not, but at the same time, the likelihood of OP's friend being a bomb disposal expert was pretty slim. In my mind, the friend had a regular job, like regular people. I don't think it's too fair for someone to try to off themselves, then be told by their employers 'how do you feel about becoming jobless?' and having a whole lot more to deal with on top of suicidal thoughts.
Not necessarily. You can get really numb when you are low. Sometimes it's almost as if you're watching someone else. Losing something that requires you to get out of bed, wash yourself, brush your hair, dress, and work for 8 or more hours, Every. single. day. could also come as relief.
For some people, losing their job would be their last straw, but you can't say that's true for everyone.
I wouldn't know, miraculously I have avoided ever being in a similar situation. This is most likely due to my refusing to ever becoming dependent on a drug, and just deal with my little problems like the bipolar adult that I am, .
From what I remember, probably my fault for not being more involved in what she does, but she works with the debate team at a high school. I believe if you go to the hospital after abusing/overdosing on a prescription drug, they put you on patient watch or something. Am I correct in that? Something about instability does not fly well with schools I don't think.