Strangely enough, from the outset I felt that the person was a homosexual, and I was proven correct. Sadly, mental illness, and homosexuality are a common thread. I'm not saying that you cannot have one without the other but, in a large number of cases, there is a causal link.
I watched the whole thing last night. The homosexuality did not figure in the suicide attempt/search at all.
Last Saturday, I am driving along minding my own business, when I come to a bridge which goes over the M4 motorway. Perched on the outside railing/side of the bridge is a young woman. She is on the WRONG side of the barrier directly over the M4. I do a U turn as soon as I can and go back, do another U turn so I am on the right side of the road and stop a few metres away. Fortunately, 2 men have also stopped and are in the process of pulling her back over the barrier to safety. She crumbles to the floor, pale and clearly shaken. Apparently she was from a local hospital that caters for mental health issues. But guess what - we are being beeped by other car drivers because we have stopped on the bridge. I so sorry you had to go around my car, those extra 2 seconds must be very precious!
Glad someone was there to help her.
Were you not in the royal chariot, or were you slumming it? Send the royal henchmen around to smite them!!!!!
I'm pleased to hear that all was well, in the end, sadly, mental illness can affect us all. A close friend of our has lost two daughters to the disease. One, literally, the other is still with us (last I heard). Wife's uncles and father suffered from it too.