He attempts suicide, despite the many calls for help to a close
Thursday, 7 December 2017 11:50
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Marta Rzepkowska, a woman whose 10 month old baby was killed by her ex-husband in the summer of 2015, debate in order to provide assistance to a loved one, depressed, and suicidal, with no success.
Already deeply scarred by the murder of her infant of 10 months, and the suicide of her ex-spouse, Marta Rzepkowska is even going to plead with the police to help this person depressed, she wants to help.
The end of last week, despite the call by using Rzepkowska to authorities, the man chose to end it. While traveling on highway 40, it has decided to cause an accident to end it all. It will, however, have managed to escape without serious injury.
Marta Rzepkowska believes that her dead son would have been protected, a bit like a guardian angel.
“He has no injury, he has nothing, it is almost impossible,” she says in an interview with the issuance of the 9 Hours.
According to the woman that attempted suicide would never have taken place if he had had help.
“It’s been several weeks that I led him around to help. The day before he does his suicide attempt, I went to the police station and I begged for help. It was the same police that refused to help me when I had asked to take me in a shelter when I was scared for the life of my child, for my life,” explains the woman in an interview with Jean-François Guérin.
The woman who has repeatedly attempted to do to heal this person is out of breath. It finds, in the light of this new drama that overturns his life, that resources are extremely difficult to obtain.
In the case of its close, as he tried in his days, since his accident, under observation at the mental health university Institute of Montreal (formerly the Hôpital Louis-H. Lafontaine).
However, it ensures that as soon as it comes out, “certainly not,” says Marta Rzepkowska, still shaken. “I don’t know what to do, I’m out of breath”, she adds.
It stresses that it is necessary to act before, in prevention, but this avenue, at the light of his experience, seems to be rather difficult.
Certain legal proceedings exist to force a person to be treated.
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