Normally I keep my personal business to a minimum on here and enjoy the anonymity of a public board, but this week I will be burying two of my nephews, one of whom died too young from a disease. The other who died from a horrible disease also, called depression. Now of course depressed people are sad but sadness is not the disease of depression. Depression is a mental disorder. Just going to say this, most people know the main syptoms and signs to look for in someone battling depression or thinking suicide and quite honestly if someone is really set on ending their life then in most cases there is little you can do to prevent them. However the huge flag missed in my nephews case was he came home from another state in the middle of a very busy time at work and spent time with his parents, his siblings and friends, and under the guise of the "new and improved him" cleaned his childhood bedroom, put things in order and gave things away to all of the above and several places such as Goodwill, since he as a better new him, did not need such things. I was not around him or I would have immediately known he was saying goodbye but sadly no one caught on to what he was doing, instead they were all giddy over how awesome he was doing. I do not feel the need for an extended thread so comment or dont, but add this to your list of friends in need, its a huge tell if you are looking. Now I will be helping my family and in the mean time going back to what breaks up my day, Ohio State, messing with Mich fans and trying to figure out why you young guys like woman with fat asses, so carry on.