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(NJ.com)   It's confirmed, the TCNJ student that last month left her purse for identification on the George Washington Bridge before she jumped off did in fact jump off the bridge   (nj.com) divider line 20
    More: Followup, Paige Aiello, College of New Jersey, GWB, Hudson River, New York's Penn Station, Somerset County, TCNJ student  
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2013-05-09 05:36:19 PM
6 votes:
For all you believers - Cheney is alive and this girl is dead.

No god: confirmed.
2013-05-09 05:55:26 PM
3 votes:
I don't usually invest any attention on "Missing White Girls", but this one bothers me. Mostly because it sounds to me that she was pushed by a pair of over-achieving dolts who most likely placed a titanic-sized amount of pressure on her to "succeed". She's been described as "driven"- I'll bet that it was actually the PARENTS who were driven and transferred that to her. Fark, Capt. of the tennis team, accepted to NINE law schools... she probably wanted to be a farking vet or cut hair. But no- that wouldn't be enough for them.
2013-05-09 05:42:14 PM
3 votes:

drjekel_mrhyde: White people's problems?
J/k I always wanted to know what the fark would make someone want to kill themselves and hurt their family



Mental disease is a terrible thing to go through, and it manifests itself most commonly in the early 20s.
2013-05-09 05:59:22 PM
2 votes:

drjekel_mrhyde: White people's problems?
J/k I always wanted to know what the fark would make someone want to kill themselves and hurt their family


You could do a little reading up on depression. Then you wouldn't have to "always wonder."

Wouldn't have to make ignorant public comments, either.

/seriously, there are only like fifteen million websites about it.
2013-05-09 05:21:40 PM
2 votes:
Oh, well, congrats on successful plan then
2013-05-09 08:21:14 PM
1 votes:

ArcadianRefugee: Gilligann: There is no honor in suicide.

So someone who throws herself on a grenade to save his platoon, knowing that doing so is certain death, has no honor? A man who dashes in front of a car to shove a child to safety and dies in the effort ... he should be viewed with derision?


Yes that's exactly what I said....moran
2013-05-09 06:42:53 PM
1 votes:
Nidstang:

My stepsister commit suicide last month.  She was in her low 30s, no history of depression or mental illness.  Much like this young woman she was showing some stress (work-related, she wanted to quit but they needed her income to pay the rent) and her mom was making meals and stuff for her and her husband to take some pressure off them (and she mentioned feeling guilty about that to her husband), but no one saw anything else.  The morning after a job performance review her husband woke up and found her hanging in the shower.  Mental illnesses can come on at any age, but the 20-40 range is pretty common.  Mix up some stress, some feeling trapped, and throw the brain chemistry out of whack at the same time and you unfortunately have a potentially lethal combination.

That's horrible.  I'm so sorry
2013-05-09 06:40:38 PM
1 votes:
As a graduate of TCNJ (back when was still called Trenton State College), I am not getting a kick out of this article.
2013-05-09 06:40:28 PM
1 votes:

DumbAmerican: Here is an idea, why not do something to help people with mental issues?


Like show them that the world cares about other people in similar situation?

I'm not saying there's nothing else that could be done, but this doesn't seem worthless, and the cost is pretty low.
2013-05-09 06:38:20 PM
1 votes:

Nidstang: The morning after a job performance review her husband woke up and found her hanging in the shower.


Goddamn man, I'm honestly sorry to hear that.
2013-05-09 06:16:37 PM
1 votes:

Twist2005: drjekel_mrhyde: White people's problems?
J/k I always wanted to know what the fark would make someone want to kill themselves and hurt their family

You get to a point where you believe that all you've ever brought your family is stress and disappointment; that you'll never be anything else to them. At that moment, it's easy to conclude your family will be better off without you. You're saving them from a lifetime of disappointment by removing yourself from the equation.


My stepsister commit suicide last month.  She was in her low 30s, no history of depression or mental illness.  Much like this young woman she was showing some stress (work-related, she wanted to quit but they needed her income to pay the rent) and her mom was making meals and stuff for her and her husband to take some pressure off them (and she mentioned feeling guilty about that to her husband), but no one saw anything else.  The morning after a job performance review her husband woke up and found her hanging in the shower.  Mental illnesses can come on at any age, but the 20-40 range is pretty common.  Mix up some stress, some feeling trapped, and throw the brain chemistry out of whack at the same time and you unfortunately have a potentially lethal combination.
2013-05-09 06:09:21 PM
1 votes:

Twist2005: drjekel_mrhyde: White people's problems?
J/k I always wanted to know what the fark would make someone want to kill themselves and hurt their family

You get to a point where you believe that all you've ever brought your family is stress and disappointment; that you'll never be anything else to them. At that moment, it's easy to conclude your family will be better off without you. You're saving them from a lifetime of disappointment by removing yourself from the equation.


Or, in a moment of anger, you believe that they're to blame for all of your ills. That killing yourself will "show them" or something. Or you do it just because you feel that you're suffering so much that death will be a nicer alternative, and that you're so small in the world that it won't be a big deal that you're gone. People can rationalize just about anything.

That being said, can I take a moment to note that suicide has not been officially ruled as the cause of death? I mean, it's obviously the most likely thing, but the article even says that the police are still investigating. I know it's silly to suggest "maybe she tripped, maybe she was being stupid and hanging over the side, maybe she was pushed", but let's please stop the jumping to conclusions.
2013-05-09 06:08:58 PM
1 votes:

big_hed: drjekel_mrhyde: White people's problems?
J/k I always wanted to know what the fark would make someone want to kill themselves and hurt their family


Mental disease is a terrible thing to go through, and it manifests itself most commonly in the early 20s.


Having seen it first hand manifest itself in a person I had known for years in the few weeks leading up to college graduation was eye opening. We grappled with the decision for days before finally alerting the parents.

Keep an eye out on your friends college kids, those weeks before graduation can cause tremendous stress. And sometimes trigger mental illness
2013-05-09 06:06:03 PM
1 votes:
College officials are planning to honor Aiello during graduation ceremonies.

why?
2013-05-09 06:01:40 PM
1 votes:
I'm glad they found the body for closure, because otherwise I was afraid she had wound up chained to a bed in some Cleveland sex dungeon.
2013-05-09 06:00:03 PM
1 votes:

drjekel_mrhyde: White people's problems?
J/k I always wanted to know what the fark would make someone want to kill themselves and hurt their family


You get to a point where you believe that all you've ever brought your family is stress and disappointment; that you'll never be anything else to them. At that moment, it's easy to conclude your family will be better off without you. You're saving them from a lifetime of disappointment by removing yourself from the equation.
2013-05-09 05:56:52 PM
1 votes:
The circumstances that led to her being found in the Hudson River a month later remain under investigation.

Let me clear that part up for you.
Someone saw a body floating in the river.

/investigation closed
2013-05-09 05:42:43 PM
1 votes:

blatz514: Huh, I thought only ugly people jumped off bridges.


No, ugly people live under bridges
2013-05-09 05:42:42 PM
1 votes:

Maud Dib: Jeez, a month in the Hudson. Yeccch.
I kayak a lot and I am always afraid I'll find a floater.


Gal I know rowed women's crew on the Hudson...her first week, they found a floater.

A change of pace from the regular masturbating trenchcoat flasher guys on shore, at least...
2013-05-09 05:37:51 PM
1 votes:
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