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Experiencing Survivor’s Guilt Convinced Me To Never Attempt Suicide Again

How the suicide of a beloved teacher of mine changed my life

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Note: This article contains multiple references to suicide and might act as a trigger. Please read with caution.

I’m a fan of dark humor and often I talk of suicide and death in a lighthearted and playful manner…




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Chandrayan Gupta

Chandrayan Gupta

3x Psychological Crime Thriller Author | 170+ Articles and 4x Top Writer on Medium | Law Student | Instagram: chandrayan_gupta

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