Kate Spade : Suicide

Kate Spade : Suicide

Kate Spade seemed to have it all; she was a world renowned fashion designer living in a Park Avenue apartment with her beloved husband and daughter.

But underneath the glamorous lifestyle and ‘happy-go-lucky’ facade, her family says she was battling her own demons.

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Ouch, what a bunch of manipulative, ever-increasing self-absorbed self-pity!

  “Sometimes you simply cannot SAVE people from themselves!” Saffo said – Dailymail.com

In truth, the vast majority, like 99% majority do not want to be saved from themselves. True, true, they desire to be saved from the consequences brought upon them from themselves, but not saved from themselves.

For if, by the trespass of the one man, death reigned through that one man, how much more will those who receive God’s abundant provision of grace and of the gift of righteousness reign in life through the one man, Jesus Christ. (Romans 5:17)

Truer still Cultural Christianity has thoroughly twisted-up and whitewashed the beauty of the abundant life, but such abundance from suffering daily against sin is still for the receiving when one surrenders all.

Opinion Unto Righteousness
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Wednesday, June 6, 2018 4:19 AM

Article Reference

(dailymail.co.uk)—Kate Spade’s (left) older sister Reta Saffo told the DailyMail.com exclusively that Kate, struggled to cope with her celebrity status, which only made her suspected bipolar disorder worse. She added that her sister had been planning to kill herself for a long time before she hanged herself on Tuesday (pictured, her body was removed from her apartment). The heartbroken sister said that Kate would self-medicate her suspected bipolar disorder with alcohol, because she was too scared to seek professional help in case it damaged the brand. But it wasn’t until comedian Robin Williams killed himself in August 2014, that Saffo began to realize Kate’s obsession with suicide and her unraveling mental health.