Oh, I was not stating that the word suicide should of been used, it was implied heavily enough.I was just reading the article late last evening, and a certain emotion moved me to write a comment. In all actuality,I have never posted a comment before.
My heart just completely goes out, to this ladys family, and I feel certain that they were not ready to speak with anyone, regarding the matter of her death and how it transpired.
However ,with that being said,I just ponder, as to exactly what would of changed in the article. It was in good taste , that the family choose not to speak, and keep the article strickly relating to just the facts that could be found.
I feel the writer of this article, is a very gifted journalist,but lets always remember..when impementing compassion............caution is normally not needed nor regrets.
This is such a tragedy! A well written account of the facts.However, I didnt see the word suicide written. And a little to much undesired information about her mistakes.
I am sorry for her familys loss and our loss as well. She must of reached out to many,as a journalist, and I pray her family and friends,will find comfort and peace in their heart, as they begin to deal with their new lifes journey, as she begins hers!
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