Unless youre on meds, there are a lot of issues that may difficult to speak about out loud, and suicide is one of those issues, whether you’ve experienced feelings of being suicidal, or whether you’ve been affected by the suicide of another, healing takes time. And just because you are a survivor of suicide, doesn’t necessarily mean that talking about the issues, with someone who has no history of suicide ie Ari Emanuel, would be best to talk to about the issues, likely has been affected in his own way, throughout this mental health crisis. -Last night I had trouble sleeping. As a writer, this usually occurs, when you have said something, you later regret, or worry if anyone is judging you in the negative, self-harm is not the correct response. Unless you can help to build a better understanding among others, then its best not to speak on subjects you know less about, including associations and whether by associations others have been equally affected by recent events. If you have trouble sleeping, its best not to talk about things right before you go to bed, this I realize now, the morning after making such a shocking disclosure, about whether teams have had an affect in life on the suicides of others, no I don’t think so, based upon an assessment of Ari Emanuel’s connections in life, he’s doing just fine. Not all are equally affected by substance abuse, alcoholism, and mental health issues. If Im not writing about it, then it must be because I was not personally affected by it, and sometimes if Im writing about it, its because I feel like my audience is compelling me to write about something that has been bothering them. There is no one way to think about, learn, and accept, the issues others face in life, and become failures to what transpires, or backfires to their own wellness, one thing I can say is that if you can manage to stay sober throughout your mental health crisis, you have a higher likelihood of coming out of whatever depression, or mental health issues, are affecting your thinking, and start feeling like youre on the good side of life again. -We all get down on ourselves, its all a matter of staying well, not being haunted by our past, or the allowing the lives of others, to haunt our own well being. In today’s world the less you shock others, the better they feel, the less shocking your life is, the more accepted you are, when stability is required of us, that’s the best way to be accepted by others, is to be stable. Especially now, when thinking about the times, a stable opinion is always best to share, an unstable opinion would be when someone can question your interpretation, and when youre interpretation is off, either by assuming, or trying to relate things that do not relate, but by your knowledge, when speaking about everything together looks like everything relates. That would best describe my last post, regarding suicides and my recent hospitalization. There was no connection, but as affected I was treated, why so that my symptoms would not get worse, and result in further suicide by me or by those who in support of me follow my blog. That’s taking social responsibility for my health, as a blogger, and not affecting my audience, if Im not feeling well I get help, and likewise we expect that if others are not well they get help too. Most people have to work everyday, and only get the weekend to rest, in Ari Emanuel’s case he only has Sundays to play golf, and maybe get to a Laker Game, he’s probably at work now, and feeling bothered, that he may have affected anyone in the negative, and was not meaning to communicate at all to me, and probably doesnt even know who I am or what I look like, but by including him in my blog, maybe he knows who I am now. That’s being realistic. Others on the outside, think that I know who everyone is, and that everyone knows who I am, that’s to help assist them in interpretations, to think that I am being made fun of not to my knowledge, or that things are about me in the abstract to cast blame on my blogging as being a cause for the mental health issues of others, Im an “A” writer, and have been treated for bipolar on meds, in addition, I have been hospitalized 9x as a law student, and doing my best. As my UCLA Psychiatrist said, “bipolar is not contagious,” this is much to do about educating the public on mental health issues, and not passing negative judgment on those who do have mental health issues, especially mental health issues, related to fame and who you know or don’t know in life. Leave it up to them to speak on their behalves, my interpretation, really is ineffective when it comes to describing those who are doing well, as I am not doing well in life, however blogging seems to be working well for me in life.