I hope the person that emailed me to tell me Kaitlyn probably killed herself because we put too much pressure on her to succeed is quite happy with himself. He said all I do is go around talking about her achievements and we probably put too much pressure on her and she killed herself due to this.
I talked about her achievements because I was proud of her and my burning question was how someone that can achieve that much be unhappy. We never put pressure on her to succeed, never, ever; she was born wanting to succeed.
I am way too sensitive and grieve stricken to be opening myself up to remarks such as this and I’m insulted and hurt. I’ve gotten many positive responses to my blog and great support, and I’m thankful for that. I’ve said everything I can possibly say, and asked every possible question I can think of, and Kaitlyn’s memory and accomplishments speak for themselves. My soul can’t take remarks like that, even from an idiot.
I’ve said this before, and changed my mind, but this is my final entry in this blog. I will grieve privately for her from now on. I just can’t deal with that kind of insensitive crap.
But thank you to all that have been kind and supportive.
I’ll love you always Kaitlyn and you’ll be forever remembered in my heart, and in the hearts of all that loved you, and remembered for all the positive impact you’ve made on countless people. You’ll be remembered within us, but not on this blog anymore where any fool can say anything to hurt me.