While suicide may never be the answer to any of life’s hardships, many people who are desperate and feel hopeless in their own situations tend to look at it as being the only way out of the position that they find themselves in, or from their mental troubles. As such, it is predicted that by 2020, one person will die from suicide every 20 seconds.
One such unfortunate soul to have met an untimely end by suicide was reportedly suffering from marital issues and financial debt before taking her life recently, as reported by China Press.
At an unspecified hotel in Genting on Saturday (12th October 2019), a 27-year-old Burmese woman was said to have jumped to her death from the 19th floor after facing financial difficulties and problems in her marriage.
Prior to committing suicide, the woman had sent messages to her friends on WeChat asking them to take good care of her daughter after she passes away. Screenshots of her WeChat conversation with a friend before she jumped have been circulating social media since the suicide was discovered.
“I only have RM1,000 left. I will be returning to Myanmar soon, once my daughter’s passport is ready. I’m afraid we will no longer be able to meet each other again.”
According to the WeChat correspondence, the woman said that she had lost up to RM200,000 due to a gambling problem, and only had RM1,000 left. She also expressed her disappointment in her marriage and her husband after they faced marital difficulties.
“Marrying him was one of my biggest disappointments in life. I can see clearly now. I have let him go.”
Further correspondence sent on WeChat also mentioned that the woman had initially intended to return to Myanmar with her daughter after her passport had been processed, but wound up entrusting the care of the child to her friend afterwards.
The deceased also asked her friend to send her a video of her daughter before she committed suicide, and tried to do so by taking a handful of pills. However, she later changed her mind and went up to the 19th floor of her hotel to jump to her death.
“I want to see her one last time. I’m afraid I’ll never get to see her again.”
The case is currently still under investigation by the local authorities.
Again, we have to remind all our readers that if you are facing any problems in your life, please reach out to speak to a friend or seek professional help. Suicide is never the answer. We extend our deepest condolences to the family of the deceased.
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