Cameron Dabaghi, Yale ’11, died last night after jumping from the observation deck of the Empire State Building. Our thoughts go out to the student’s friends and family. [Yale Daily News via IvyGate]
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i feel so sorry for him, but I can’t help but to think what a reckless decision he made with respect to other people’s lives. he could have killed someone on the street.
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that is terrible.
I feel lucky to not even be able to guess at what must go through someone’s head to attempt that.
But I wonder what the experience is like. Is it filled with regret or release?
he was my friends brother (sister is andrene dabaghi yale ’12)… any suggestions on what to say (or do) to help? im at a complete loss
@so sad– A natural instinct, and certainly a possible danger, but to describe what happened as a “reckless decision” is likely incorrect; most people (perhaps not all but certainly an extremely high percentage) who commit suicide are not capable in that moment of making true decisions. The fact that his act might have endangered the lives of others is likely and sad; that does not mean at all that he made a conscious, informed decision that he should be held repsonsible for, even in death.
@Anonymous– There’s a modicume that you can say or do to help; for the former, I’d suggest that you just tell the sister honeslty how it stikees you, which might (perhaps) be
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