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On 04/19/01 13:19, Robin Faichney said this-
>Someone is on the very edge, only holding back for fear of
>pain, and then they come across what looks like a relatively painless
>way of killing themselves.
But, would you call such a person 'non-suicidal'? I wouldn't.
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