Someone found a heartbreaking Christmas card ripped up on a train
Christmas is the time of giving, and sometimes you have to give some hard advice.
Redditor burritobattlefield was traveling on a train in Melbourne, Australia when they discovered a touching Christmas card that was ripped up and discarded.
Out of curiosity, the Redditor put the card back together, only to find a piece of brutally honest advice from the person who wrote the card.
The handwriting in combination with the state of the card can be a bit hard to read, so the contents of the card can be read below.
Have a happy Christmas. P.S. Stop drinking, get help from someone. Bad things happen to good people sometimes, but how you react to these things is what defines you. You always have a choice, there are better things ahead for you but its in your hands, its your responsibility.
Some Redditors called out the card for being fake.
While others criticized the harshness of the message.
But Burritobattlefield continued to defend his post, and even uploaded a photo of his own handwriting in an attempt to prove that he didn't write the note himself.
But if anything good came from the note, one Redditor offered their time. "I would just like to say that if anyone ever needs someone to talk to, shoot me a line," they wrote. "There seems to be some depression this time of year."
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