It's called "How Superman Saved my Life," written by Alice W. Castle for the website Panels.net, which I like quite a bit. It includes a scan of the page from All-Star Superman 10.
Says Superman: "You're much stronger than you think you are."
Those words were like a firebrand in my mind, scorching away the pain
I’d been suffering through. In one page, I felt like I was the one
being held in Superman’s arms and being stopped from taking that fatal
plunge because, of course, he was right. I am much stronger than I
thought I was and it was never as bad as it seemed. For every terrible
night, there was the dawn of a new day that let me try again. That let
me seek out help and friendship, comfort and warmth. Those words stopped
me from doing something terrible and set me on a course that, in so
many ways, brought me here today.
I tell you this to give you context
to my relationship to Superman. It’s a pretty emotional one. I’m not the
kind of person who loves Superman because he’s a cool character or
because I like seeing him punch Brainiac in the face or what have you. I
love Superman because, for a time, Superman was all I had. And, sadly,
it felt like that was being taken from me as I watched Dawn Of Justice.