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THe only reason I'm seeking more clarification is that it says "MAY be eligible for these benefits".

OK, you have already been told about the potential reduction for earned income, and you already know about the potential proration due to the family maximum. What are you looking for - the suicide exception? Clearly you are worried about something unspoken, and I'm not sure what else it could be. I don't feel qualified to help here without more info, but if that is the situation I would urge you to seek local help. There has to be a better way.
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