I think not but a friend is dealing with this at the moment.
Several months ago when she found her boyfriend was cheating, she broke it off and wanted nothing to do with him. No matter how he kept insisting and begging or bringing flowers, she wanted nothing.
He ended up hanging himself because he couldn't live with how he hurt her and didn't want to lose her.. basically if he couldn't have her back in his life then life meant nothing to him. Obviously she's been devastated to hear and is wondering if she has some blame to it?
- No, she did nothingVote A
- Some blameVote B
Most Helpful Guy
He was the one to blame for cheating on her3
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Usually when someone kills themselves they have many personal issues. It is never just one specific incident or situation which causes them to commit suicide. It is much more deep rooted than that. The person who has ended their life is fully responsible for their own actions, because they had a choice , and they chose to end their life rather than deal with their emotional issues in other ways.
Your friend should not have to be burdened will the guilt, she did nothing wrong. If someone wants to end their life, then nothing will prevent them doing so. Even if her boyfriend did not hang himself when he did, he probably would have carried it out at some other time.
People who commit suicide don't really want to end their life... they want to end their emotional suffering, so he was probably deeply troubled with many issues , over long - term which your friend was probably unaware of. It is extremely sad!
People who end their life leave behind a lot of pain and heartache, because the people who love and care about them feel guilty and wonder if they could have prevented it, but in reality no one could have.1