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Michelle - Posted on August 29, 2015

I'm 16 years old. In 2012 I lost my grandma from being sick. It put me in such a dark place in my life. Then for a couple years I watched my father battle addiction and my mother and father's marriage disappear. They were on the verge of divorce. It devastated me but on March 29,2015 I read a story of a man who stood in front of a train and committed suicide, only to find out that man was my father. I became so depressed and embattled every day. I felt like giving up so many times but I haven't. I'm proud to say I'm still here...even after losing a grandmother, father and recently my boyfriend. It's a hard thing to go through.

Arbel - Posted on August 25, 2015

We all have problems, either from illness, suicide, loneliness, depression etc. The best help is Jesus. I assure you that if you trust him, he loves and understands what you need. I'm from Peru. If you want to discuss or tell your problems, it can help to share. "JESUS WE AMA" :)

Rich - Posted on August 24, 2015

My response is for Mike's post on the 20th of this month. Everyday has its challenges. Don't be hard on yourself. God loves you and created you in His image. Praise Him and thank him for everything. To include your trials and tribulations. This will bring you closer to Him. Have a conversation with Him. He will be pleased. He is always by your side. Talk to another male Christian in your Church. It's amazing how everyone has their own dealings/hardships in life. When you talk to someone else and open up, it is great therapy. Keep the faith in the good Lord and trust Him. Blessings.

Alessandra - Posted on August 22, 2015

I know its hard but, with God, we can do it. Just believe; he's always there. You're not alone. God Bless you. We love you.

Mike - Posted on August 20, 2015

I'm 38. My life has been a mess and I have been a loner kind of like Jonny in the movie. I got saved few years ago. Don't know who to talk to that won't judge. Can't talk to my parents. Mom will be mad because I'm silent. Tried drugs, drank, and changed my lifestyle just to fit someplace. Not suicidal or into cutting anymore. I'm just stuck. Can someone HELP!!

Javi - Posted on August 16, 2015

Just wanted to say hello .... I saw the movie a while ago and it really left a concern in my mind. So many people cry out our assistance but we are so busy thinking about ourselves that we ignore them. Hopefully all will reflect and not be satisfied with ignoring those that need our help, but will look for something more and want to save lives by the grace of Jesus. His love fills all gaps and heals all wounds and transforms us. We just need to be attentive to simple acts of kindness that can change the course of a life. If you are just getting to know God do not forget that Jesus is with you, and He's not telling you it will always be easy but it is worth it.

Jamie - Posted on August 15, 2015

I used to be such an amazing Christian and somewhere along the way I started drinking, cussing and partying all the time. It's glamorous for a little while but I don't know how to get back to where I was. I don't know where to begin or how to turn myself back into what I was once so proud of.

Isabel - Posted on August 08, 2015

God give the hardest battles to his strongest soldiers and remember be who God wants you to be, not what others want to see. That´s the key for everything.<br /> <br /> See you in heaven.<br />

Maia - Posted on August 07, 2015

Don't know where to start. I suffered a trauma at age seven. I felt dirty and disgusted with myself. It sounds silly but it was a sexual abuse to me and is hard to forget. I always remember it and wanted to cut my veins but it was of no value. I also suffered bullying.

Sarah - Posted on August 03, 2015

Drug addiction, street violence torment over custody of my kids. Prison has come to it's worst. I ask myself what to do? I decided after I looked at myself with eyes swollen with no sleep, and tired of running from the law and family to turn myself in in 2011. Ever since then I received God. I have a clean job, car, and home. Still my kids aren't with me but that doesn't stop me. I've tried to see them. When I'm turned away I keep going, praying every day grateful of their safety. I will continue to work hard for them and do God's will. I have stories of my street life I could tell but that's for everyone to see with their own eyes. To keep me from going back is where I'm at now, my home my new life and my kid.s God walked me here and He's still here. I'm not worried.<br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br />

Yen - Posted on August 02, 2015

Hi, I'm the first believer in my house. It's so hard to be at home. I feel I'm lost somewhere sometimes. I'm having a weird dream too sometimes. I feel like giving up. I'm not getting it. I'm alive cause of Christ. I don't know what's going on inside me. I feel iI'm left so alone. <br />

Gabriella - Posted on July 28, 2015

Hello! My name is Gabriella. I'm from Brazil. <br /> Don't give up, no matter how bad you feel. I've already been through some hard situations too. I know how awful it is and it may seem funny to say that, but keep trying. Don't give up on your life or on you. Have you ever thought how wonderful your body is? Try to hold your breath for too long and you'll see that at the end you'll be breathing again, wanting or not. I guess that nature is trying to show you that you are special. Are you really going to give up? Please I beg you not to do it. Our world may be losing a genius.

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