simmonds91 wrote:I don't judge anyone for taking their life, for taking their LIFE that is, as for WHY whoever does it is another matter.
....I did only give a "what if", no need to chew my head off.
Point is simmonds, despite your seemingly liberal attitude to not judging anyone taking the suicide road the fact that you think WHY is another matter seems quite unjust doesn't it?
If someone decides to take their own life, whatever the reason they have for doing that is a big deal to THEM
- nobody else can say what will drive someone to something so drastic.
Having said that there's usually going to be a number of factors and not just one thing that tips a person over the edge. Until a coroner's investigation is held we can't know what this tragic lady's true situation was - the hoax could have been the latest event that pushed her over the limits so she couldn't bear to carry on. She was working away from home and family in Bristol for starters, which is hardly a cushy lifestyle and who knows what her state of mind was when this all got dumped on her. Killing yourself takes guts because you're not just hurting yourself and this lady had a family so I'm sure there's more to this than one bad day at the hospital.
It's also not just the DJ's who're responsible - why the hell was a trained nurse doing reception duty in the best private hospital in London? Prices they must charge they should have 24/7 call screening for ALL their wealthy patients and telephonists who know how to handle time wasters. The fact was it shouldn't have happened at all, whether or not it was a royal's privacy at risk.