GeneralMiddle Aged by mulgrum 2/28/2020 written by mulgrum 2/28/2020I really thing there should be a category for us. Our issues, concerns and obligations are different. Does anyone agree? 3 comments 2EmailRelated postsordinary 4/6/2020Big Yellow Attic 4/6/2020Where is everyone 4/6/2020The Spiral 4/5/2020Lets meet again in the future 4/5/2020its my time… 4/5/2020Covid19. 4/5/2020porn addiction 4/5/2020nothing… 4/4/2020Spirits 4/4/20203 comments I'm gone 2/28/2020 - 1:56 amTry a site called The Bus Stop (Chronic Suicide Support). It has a different vibe that you may be looking for, and I’m pretty sure most members are 30-60.There’s definitely a big difference in suicidal thoughts amongst different age groups. Suicide is suicide, but it’s good to connect with people you can relate to. Log in to Reply deathisnear 2/28/2020 - 6:50 pm“Our issues, concerns and obligations are different. Does anyone agree?”Partially agree. Some middle-aged people still have issues that have carried over from their youths (that keep hovering over them like an ominous cloud) and now they have to assume additional problems that come with being middle-aged.That said, I wouldn’t mind a category dedicated to middle-aged and/or elderly people’s struggles. Log in to Reply Bad.Wolf 2/29/2020 - 8:20 pmI agree. I mean, I’m 30. And I don’t kill myself because my mom and one sister depend on me financially. But I wake up every morning in a panicked state because of my awful job and the weight of my debts and the responsibilities lied upon me. Log in to Reply Leave a Comment Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Subscribe to comments: Don't subscribeAllReplies to my comments Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.