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Posted 6/20/14 , edited 6/20/14

CoffeeGodEddy wrote:


ouroburos wrote:

you fought in Afghanistan how the hell do you thinks your Brothers-in-arms who sacrificed themselves would think of you being the bitch you are right now wanting to off yourself. Do you think it's they wanted to die just so you could be a little fucking pussy that cares for no one but themself.


You should take a job as a cognitive therapist. I can tell you'd be good at it.


I don't know about that just this guy has royally pissed me the fuck off, my older brother has been to Iraq and Afghanistan, also half my friends from high school have been over there and some still are. One good man can change the tides of battle and if this guy wants to be a fucking bitch god have mercy on he soul cause I sure as hell wont.
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We should care because..
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justanotherguy_2005 wrote:

Better not be a rickroll.
I actually have a rick roll blocker
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Posted 6/20/14

snakevudo wrote:

Tittle says it all, I was thinking eat a bullet. Old school but can't beat it.

I already made my last goodbye video and have it ready to upload before I do it, I picked up the dress blues from the dry cleaners shined the medals.

I guess really I made this post to kill time until the video is finished uploading...


Thoughts?


why are you doing this??
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It ain't worth it.

Military or not, I've seen too many good people taken by this shit. People I called best friends. I can't put myself in your shoes, but I can at least approximate somewhat.

It ain't worth it. We're taught to fight through shit, to show no weakness nor fear. That's all a scam. Don't let the sandbox win, because that's all that this would be.
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A teacher I had in high school talked about how she used to be an EMT. Her first call was a shotgun suicide. She had to adopt breathing exercises to cope with the stress after each workday.

Of course, suicide is probably the most selfish thing one can do; someone set on suicide isn't concerned about others.

Personally, I don't believe in the sanctity of human life, but I do value being able to acknowledge the pain and humiliation of my own faults.

Death is everyone's end. Period. It's kind of comforting knowing that. I'd rather see how the middle plays out, even if it's miserable--or worse, uninteresting.

Do whatever you want.
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Posted 6/20/14
You gotta be prepared, A 70-somthing year old co-worker i worked with for a little over a year already had ordered his urn and payed for a cremation.
Thats a truly scary thought, but he has no family and is atleast strong enough to accept what will happen and not to burden extended (friends) family.

Just saying, not trying to be rude but dont burden others when grief will already be consuming them.


Assuming this isnt s troll post




Advice Time

  • #1 dont do it

  • #2 dont troll
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    Seems all the people talking shit have low point counts. All they live for is to troll. #priorities
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    snakevudo wrote:



    Its not always that simple. If it was I would have already done it.


    Most people here think that is simple to cover up a scar. It isn't. I have wounds that I have yet to cover up and despite my happy bubbly character, there are some parts of me that I cannot just put antisceptic and bandage it. I know you probably don't know me, except for someone who volunteers on this website as a moderator or a face on the staff page, but I am your age (I assume the 23 on your profile is your actual age?) and I guess that is another link that I have with you. Your story about your comrades is like my battle days in the hospital, making sure that every patient came out of the "battle" alive and in one piece. It doesn't ever happen like a fairy tale or miracle dramas that you see on television. Sometimes, I wish I had the magic like Hello Kitty does to spread joy to both of us and everyone who feels the same way.
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    Posted 6/20/14 , edited 6/20/14
    What's your name and where are you stationed? Clearly you're seeking some form of help or attention otherwise you wouldn't be posting this in a public forum. I'd follow the old (or I guess new) Army ACE card tactic, but I'm afraid I don't know who you are or where your stationed. So from one serviceman to another I urge you to seek help. 1-800-273-8255 and press 1. Just know that by taking your own life you're severely cutting unit morale and combat readiness. Please re-think your decision and contact an NCO or someone who is capable of providing you the care you require.

    I've already had a tough day doing a massive arms room layout for our new CO on a Friday. It's going to be much harder sleeping knowing a fellow serviceman is going to take his own life. I honestly care for your well-being, don't do it.

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    Snake,

    Although I got there on a different road, I have been where you are now. It pains me to admit that I have have attempted to take my life on three separate occasions. But I want to tell you that as bad as it hurts now, that whatever is plaguing you, there is light at the end of the tunnel. The mind had an incredible ability for healing and adaptation, and even as bad as things are or as fucked up as you may be, there are people who want to help you, who give a damn. That's the world we live in, despite the other nasty things.

    What you're feeling isn't wrong, but it comes from a place of pain. You aren't alone even when it feels like it. There are whole communities of people feeling what you're feeling, who want you to share and help them as they help you. In the army you rely on each other all the time; life isn't so different. That doesn't make you a burden or a loser or anything like that.

    I understand if you make this choice. Recognize though that it IS permanent. There is no going back, and that if you feel this way, you are at a point where you have *nothing* to lose by seeking help. Please take a moment to try calling one of these http://www.reddit.com/r/SWResources/comments/17gu7g/hotline_numbers/ numbers. You'd be surprised how much help it can be, and the people there have heard everything on the block and they understand what it's like. You wouldn't do it alone in the army; you don't have to go it alone now. You can message me too, if you want.

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    Posted 6/20/14
    i am sorry but what if someone



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