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Friday, October 9, 2009

Suicide Is Not The Answer...

POSTED BY:Tila Tequila

"I feel like it is still my duty to take responsibility for my own actions."

http://globalgrind.com/content/1041872/Suicide-Is-Not-The-Answer/

"Recently I was involved in a highly publicized case of Domestic Violence, and I have never really spoken out about it."

"I have been seeking medical attention because I know that the little girl inside of me still has a lot to live for."

"Had I not spoken out for help, my loved ones would not have seen my cry for help, and I probably wouldn't be alive today to write this letter to you."

See previous story: http://lg15today.blogspot.com/2009/10/is-tila-tequila-depressed.html

9 comments:

  1. will this attention whore shut up?

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  2. Suicide is a very serious subject.

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  3. ...which is exactly why -Tila Tequila- should shut the hell up about it and quit using it as an attention grabber.

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  4. She explained the situation.

    Once again, any potential suicide is a serious situation.

    http://www.webmd.com/help/crisis-resources

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  5. *sigh* people actually BELIEVE this? Clearly starved for attention, so she pulls the suicide card. Despicable

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  6. As much as I hate to, I gotta agree with anonymous here.
    Though the fact that she probably doesn't even realize what an attention whore she is, this whole situation comes across as sadly pathetic. The fact that she probably doesn't understand that she wasn't really going to kill herself doubles it.
    I feel kinda sad for the little gremlin. She's got harsh road ahead of her.

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  7. Unlike others I'm not one to immediately jump to the "attention whore" conclusion. People who crave attention generally have some underlying insecurities which could lead to them being suicidal. That plus the domestic abuse situation...I'm not willing to just think "she wasn't serious" and move on. I lost a teenage cousin to suicide and it's a very serious subject. We might not be able to tell whether Tila was serious but I would rather err on the side of caution especially in the case of suicide.

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  8. Look at her tweets just before the big suicide ploy: she made a racist statement and folks called her out on it...she JOKINGLY mentioned suicide, and THEN after folks called her out on THAT, she 'turned serious'.

    This is utter bullshit. The fact that we actually believe TILA TEQUILA is sad indeed.

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  9. VV put it well. Thanks for sharing VV.

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