‘It WAS NOT your fault this happened’

The first blog I posted with my full real name… I still don’t regret it.

What happens now?

We asked, and Grace Kim answered. Our call last week for video stories brought this:

We asked her: “What’s been the response so far? And, not an uncommon question: What does your family think?”

Grace, a restaurant owner in the Bay Area, replied by email: “I started out with a blog on Tumblr, and after I received multiple messages about how some of my readers decided not to kill themselves, because of what I was writing, I knew I had to spend all my effort trying to grow my project in order to reach as many people as possible. My family has been oddly supportive. I’m basically what they call a 50-footer in the gay community, you can tell I’m gay from 50 feet away. Everyone always knew I was gay, but I thought I kept my secret well hidden. I just made it way harder on myself than I…

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About Christine O.

A single Mom to two little girls until March 9, 2014 when I married my soul-mate, full time executive in a demanding field, marathon runner, daughter to the perfect parents, oldest sister of a younger brother and sister, coach, boss, girlfriend, best friend, member of the church choir, volunteer in the local Lion's Club and CASA organization, and becoming newly acclimated to the world of mental illness after a life changing event. My goal in blogging and learning as much as I can about this subject is to defeat stigma associated with brain disease and preventing suicide in the future.
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