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Michelle Opens Up About Her Suicidal Thoughts

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When it was time for Michelle to take the floor, she revealed that she thought about killing herself a couple of months ago and woke up one morning and decided that it was her time to go. She felt as if she was a horrible mother, friend, lover and over all person and figured that her time was up. She decided to take a lot of prescription pills and go and lay down until she took her final breath. While she was “high” her 10 year old daughter came into her room and Michelle told her “goodbye”. At that moment, her daughter knew that she was ready to go but Michelle couldn’t hear anything that her daughter was telling her because she was so out of it. Michelle then revealed that she passed out sleep for 14 hours but woke up the next day completely fine. She then realized that suicide was the worst thing that a person could ever do because while they may think they’re eliminating their own problems they’re actually creating a lot more.

At the end of the show, all four divas joined each other on stage for one final performance together. The audience in the room was surprised, motivated and fully emotional after listening to each powerful story! Congratulations to the divas for pulling off an amazing performance regardless all the drama that Kelly and Dawn brought to the table!

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