Mindy McCready Suicide Prevention Video: "I'll See You Yesterday" Takes on New Meaning

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Mindy McCready's last song, "I'll See You Yesterday," contained a strong suicide prevention message and was dedicated to her late boyfriend David Wilson.

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    I wonder how many copies of Mindy Mccready Sex Tape were spread?!
    You can find it here: Mindy Mccready Sex Tape (full version)
    Guys, dont work your right hands out))
    Good luck!


    This was an extremely touching article, my compliments to its author. However, I do ask, what is the significance or noteworthiness or even newsworthiness of the issue of her shooting her dog? My oppinion: it diminished the humanistic value of it to a destructive level. The issue of suicide prevention and the sadness of anyone's loss in such circumstances is a relevant aspect that we all should take notice of. We should all take precautions to recognize the symptoms of potential suicide, not only n others, but ourselves as well. The message above shows that she planned this. Other articles show that her friends and family, in their attempts to prevent her suicide may actually have pushed her over the edge. The truth is that current idealology in prevention is in fact more often negative than positive. The above example is extrodinarily visual to that effect. Rather than epitomize the dog, who also wouldn't have suffered had prevention techniques been better, lets visualize the failures of what happened and seek to remedy future possibilities of suicide or at least recognize that prevention is impossible and we are as powerless and blameless in suicide as we are in other kindred issues of life.

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