I have had a handful of my own personal friends go through this similar thing, and in truth, I can only provide so little consolation.
A really good friend of mine always said "There are times where we must always shed tears. It's a good thing, because you're trying to accept whatever happened in your own way." This friend saw me through a mental breakdown that almost resorted me with depressive and antisocial thoughts. She always told me that even if your life seems like hell, there's always a silver lining at that end of a tunnel that seems like an eternity to get through.
What I'm trying to say is that you simply cannot give up on your life. A depressive myself, I know that living through an instance of sadness can be that hardest thing to do, and finding an easy way out might just be the best thing to do. But in truth, there will always be an equal and opposite reaction: something good will always come your way, even if it doesn't come tomorrow, or even next year.
Think of this guild (even though I do not have enough power to say this) and everyone in it, like your AA sponsor. If you ever feel down, just log on and chat with us. Finding another soul to keep you up when you're falling can really get you back up on your feet.