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Do you ever think about Killing yourself?!?
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SadisticUnfortunateDeaths wrote:

I have. Honestly. But I got over it. I realized life was so much more if I just take control of it and make myself happy. I'm happy now. I now believe that if you want to kill yourself, I think you're a coward. You are facing death, but, that's easy to do. All you have to do is kill yourself. But are you brave enough to take the shit you get and turn it into something brand new, by making yourself happy? Do you have the guts to go through LIFE? I did that. And all the way my life is still shit, even now, but I smile still, even if my hearts frowning. But, soon, my heart will also be smiling. I know it, because I see improvement after all that I've experiences I've made and the changes I've adjusted for myself.


Tell me about how life is so cruel to a 17 year old who doesn't have to put food on his table.


I like your responses, they're interesting.
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I used too.
I tried at school but began to freak out a bit and was sent to the nurse.
I was talking to a therapist, but my insurance was cancelled so.
My depression is coming back a bit.
But I don't know why I feel this way.
I have a nice life, good family, nothing to really complain about.
But its just there dragging me down.
Oh well.
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if i got time thinking about that, i would rather think about how to make myself happy
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I have been thinking about it for five years and if I didn't lack emotions I'd probably do it.
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I think everyone has, some people are just a lot more dramatic than others. I'm glad I never tried to kill myself, after hearing about my classmate's dad committing suicide after an attempt to shoot his mother I realized how small my problems were.
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Pfft, no.
I love my life and if anything ever went shit, it would usually be my own fault. I'm not pussy enough to give up entirely when everything can be salvaged.
Besides, there's nothing more selfish than killing yourself.

OH NO WAIT ACTUALLY, I'M LYING. There was a time when I read way too many locked room mysteries, and it made me try and think of a way to kill myself that would make it look like an impossible murder so that I can fuck with the investigators. So, there can't be any weapons around and no poison in the body or anything. I don't think that counts, though.
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Everyone probably has, including me, but whenever I thought about it I would just tell myself that I am better than that because I am. Plus if I had killed myself in the past I wouldn't have gotten to know the joy of anime.
Posted 6/14/12
Killing myself?
Nah
Killing everyone else?
Maybe
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c4nnibalism wrote:

I used too.
I tried at school but began to freak out a bit and was sent to the nurse.
I was talking to a therapist, but my insurance was cancelled so.
My depression is coming back a bit.
But I don't know why I feel this way.
I have a nice life, good family, nothing to really complain about.
But its just there dragging me down.
Oh well.


I'm just here to say, I totally feel you, bro.
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EVERYONE has a dark place in their heart... been there
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Not even if I lost everything. It would have to be a situation of immense and inescapable suffering, in which death is inevitable, so why prolong that suffering?

For example: My husband's cousin, Vincent had MS, and towards the end, before he couldn't even blink or breathe on his own anymore, he begged my husband to kill him.

My mother has tried suicide when I was very little; she has cutting scars all over her inner forearms, and she still occasionally threatens to do it (most recently with scissors and the a hatchet), when things don't go her way. I watched my sister attempt it, with two bottles of Nytol. She got sleepy, puked herself, then went into convulsions, before we took her to the ER. Not fun for a ten year old to watch. Both of them, willing to give up, over fleeting emotional slights. People seem so stupid to me, when they do this.
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Not really. I'd rather go round ruining other people's lives than my own. Not that I would do that either.
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The key to silencing an inner monologue that wants you to kill yourself is to lash back at it even more violently that you won't. I find that method works the best, personally.

Oh, and what a glorious duel it is ..

The only way to avoid those kind of thoughts is to find coping mechanisms that let you deal with them head-on. Whether that be walking, hiking, biking, working out, anime, manga, videogames, TV, friends, pornography, or an infinite multitude of other things.

With coping mechanisms you can derive the willpower necessary not only to block, dodge, or parry any attack your dark side sends against you, but you'll also eventually be on the offense the majority of the time landing the crushing blows.

Your dark side can never actually be defeated, however. You need to accept it as a part of yourself and become stronger as you deal with it.

If this metaphor is too dramatic for you .. AMERICA!
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I have been depressed before but never thought about taking my own life............even if my life sucked I would still want to live it out to its capacity
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WackyFiasco wrote:

Not even if I lost everything. It would have to be a situation of immense and inescapable suffering, in which death is inevitable, so why prolong that suffering?

For example: My husband's cousin, Vincent had MS, and towards the end, before he couldn't even blink or breathe on his own anymore, he begged my husband to kill him.

My mother has tried suicide when I was very little; she has cutting scars all over her inner forearms, and she still occasionally threatens to do it (most recently with scissors and the a hatchet), when things don't go her way. I watched my sister attempt it, with two bottles of Nytol. She got sleepy, puked herself, then went into convulsions, before we took her to the ER. Not fun for a ten year old to watch. Both of them, willing to give up, over fleeting emotional slights. People seem so stupid to me, when they do this.


Woah. Your life sounds as though it could be written up as tragedy.

It's a shame that euthanasia is still illegal in so many countries, because to be honest, it's the only really condonable form of suicide.
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