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I Used to Be Suicidal – Jackie Chandiru

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Jackie Chandiru, the esteemed artist and former Blu*3 member, has bravely shared her journey through the darkest depths of despair and her miraculous transformation, defying death on multiple occasions.

With staggering candor, Chandiru recounted the chilling moments when she found herself teetering on the edge of oblivion, seeking solace in a lethal cocktail of drugs procured from a local pharmacy.

In a surreal twist of fate, the pharmacy attendant recommended she wash down the potent concoction with the infamous local brew, “Kassese,” known for its formidable strength in rural communities, amplifying the drugs’ supposed efficacy.

However, as dawn broke, Chandiru awoke to the harsh reality of her survival, greeted by a throbbing headache and agonizing stomach cramps. It was a surreal moment of awakening, as she pinched herself to ensure she hadn’t slipped into the realm of the departed.

In that moment of reckoning, Chandiru realized she had been granted a profound second chance at life—a chance she vowed not to squander.

The brush with mortality etched a profound imprint on her psyche, propelling her towards a newfound appreciation for the precious gift of existence.

Determined to honor this second lease on life, Chandiru now embarks on a journey of redemption, fortified by the conviction that her survival carries a purpose far greater than she could have ever imagined.

The harrowing sights and sounds she encountered during her ordeal serve as haunting reminders of the fragility of life, fueling her resolve to seize each moment with unwavering gratitude and purpose.

As Chandiru navigates this path of healing and self-discovery, we stand witness to her remarkable resilience, eagerly awaiting the unfolding chapters of her inspiring journey.

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