Date: January 21, 2018 04:47PM
I'm sorry for the morbidity, but this has been bothering me.
Last month, we had a man in our ward pass away. He was only 42 years old and everyone was curious about how he died since it was unexpected and he hadn't been sick as far as we knew. It came out that he had struggled with drugs for a long time and took his life.
But, as soon as people got their answers, the sympathy kind of died down. Some people even went as far as saying passive-aggressive things that were basically along the lines of, "well, that's what happens when you choose that lifestyle."
It's really sad, like his death was less tragic than the other dude in our Ward a block over who died from heart failure last year.