A couple of months before a date with her new boyfriend turned into a five-day romance, a 19-year-old’s life was turned upside down.
It started with a date that turned into an intense relationship that was broken up after only a few hours.
And for a couple of years afterwards, she struggled with depression, anger and depression.
Her life has been marked by a number of traumas that have left her on the brink of suicide.
I’m so sad to have left you, she wrote in a heartbreaking post on Facebook.
“I have no words for you, I cannot explain what you did to me, what happened to me.
I just can’t do it.
I am so scared to leave this life I love.”
Her friends, colleagues and family are all struggling to comprehend how a woman who was raised to be strong, independent and beautiful could turn into a person who can’t cope with her own demons.
‘The best sex I ever had’ A month after the first date, she went on a trip with a group of friends to celebrate her 19th birthday.
They ended up staying at a hotel in New York.
After spending the night, the next morning, she woke up with a feeling of emptiness, which she describes as being in a trance.
She said: “I couldn’t move, I couldn’t talk, I just couldn’t sleep.
I couldn ‘feel’ everything.
The next morning I started to get nauseous, I was very dizzy and very sick.”
She was prescribed antidepressants, but she said the medication didn’t help.
Within hours, she was admitted to the hospital with severe stomach pain and vomiting.
Two days later, she started taking an antidepressant, but that didn’t work either.
At the time, she had not yet decided whether she wanted to end her life.
It was around that time, that she decided to take a trip to Spain with her friends, but the trip was a disaster.
According to her, she felt like she was floating through space, feeling nothing but emptiness.
While there, she met a man and started to have sex with him.
But the experience wasn’t the same as what she expected.
In an interview with The Local, she said: “After the first couple of weeks I was like: ‘This is going to be bad.
I need to stop.
I’m going to die’.” She added: “At the end, I decided to quit my job and go to Spain because I was terrified about how I would be treated.”
“It wasn’t like a normal relationship that lasted forever,” she said.
Before leaving, she described how she thought she had made a new friend: “He is very nice, he is very supportive.
He has a girlfriend, a family, a job.
Every day we are in the same situation.”
When she returned home, she found that her depression had returned.
Over time, it became very difficult to talk about her past.
When asked about her depression, she replied: “My depression is just one of the things that keeps me up at night.”
In October, she decided she was ready to end the relationship with her boyfriend.
However, her life was changed forever when she started a Facebook group called “Friends of a Friend of a friend”.
“People who don’t know me told me they had never met her before,” she told The Local.
Then, she read about the suicides of other women who have been affected by depression and decided to make a list of their friends.
With the help of her friends and family, she set up a Facebook page, which now has over 10,000 members.
On Thursday, the page was shared over 11,000 times.
Its goal is to help other people struggling with depression and addictions.
Friends of Friends has been active since March and has been sharing messages from people who have shared their stories.
Among the messages that have made it onto the page are from someone who was suicidal.
An 18-year old woman, who did not want to be named, said she had been struggling for a year with depression.