Diana Szabo

by Diana Szabo
(Hamilton, On, Canada)

I was living in Thompson, MB. My boyfriend and I had just decided, Wednesday night, that we would be staying there for a few more years together.

Thursday morning he got up for work, kissed me good bye. On the way to work, a DRUNK INDIVIDUAL thought it was FUNNY to play CHICKEN with him on the highway to the airport. The cars collided and my boyfriend was declared dead at the scene. I HATE this person, and i HATE that I wasnt in the car also. I want to die too.

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Dec 27, 2010
Manitoba SUCKS
by: Anonymous

I live in Winnipeg, MB and my best friends were just killed by a drunk driver 2 months ago. I was in the car but I survived and they didnt. Everyday I say I want to die, or I should trade places with them, but it makes no difference. Either way the pain is the same, people are still grieving whether I died, she died, whatever. I bet you are upset because here in Canada, that drunk idiot probably didnt even have to go to jail. Thats exactly how I feel about my situation. I hope you have moved forward with your life, not forgetting him, but letting your pain go. This in no way means you have been defeated.
Much love,

Feb 05, 2010
by: Anonymous

he is in a better place u dont want to die MOVE ON

Feb 03, 2010
I'm so sorry
by: Anonymous


I know how you feel, and so do most people on this website....We've all suffered some kind of tremdous loss......Really think about what you said about wishing you were in the car too...How do you think your family and friends would feel if you had been in the car....It wasn't your time....When the person we love more than anything in this world is taken from us, we lose a piece of ourselves as well...a part of us dies too....You didn't have to be in that car to die with him....Part of you did....I've been told, in time it gets easier....I hate when people say that to me....It doesn't get easier, it gets different......It will be 4 years in April I lost my husband to a drunk driver....I can't tell you how many times I wished I was on that motorcycle with him...but, I know, it wasn't suppose to be...Try to remember the happy times, and always know that love never dies....

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