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Guy Kills Himself After Breakup[Old Thread]
Posted 7/24/14

justanotherguy_2005 wrote:


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justanotherguy_2005 wrote:

Ok. I admit it. I'm a terrible person. While forcing my way through that the only thing I could think of is that he could have spent a bit more time polishing up his last message to the world. I seriously think I don't care as much just because of how badly it was done. I'm not asking for it to be perfect but can we at least use "you" instead of "u" and stuff when it's the last thing the world will see of you? Give it a once over and do a little editing? Proper sentences? Please?

Also, to continue to show how bad of a person I am.... If you can't even spend some time to make a quality last message to the world, since it was posted on facebook and pretty much guaranteed to get a lot of attention, maybe that is why your relationship didn't work out. They do take work and commitment after all.


It's because he wrote from his heart.


No. I don't believe it was at all. It was just someone being stupid. I used to be suicidal and everything too and looking back on it now I know it wasn't ever about love. You don't do things like that when it will only hurt the one you supposedly love. If there was real love there it would have been the first thing he thought of when the idea even came to mind. It was pure selfishness. He was only thinking about himself in the present and didn't care about anyone else. He might have thought he loved her and other people but my guess, from my experience, is that he only loved the idea of being in love with her.

If any of that makes sense anyway. I'm not having the best time thinking clearly right now.


I opt for your response. That's how I felt too when I read what he wrote. No offense to him, but I truly think he was being selfish. It wasn't about her, it was about him. How he would feel... How he would react... What he could get out of her... Etc.
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Posted 7/24/14

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Someone like that probably wasn't a great contribution to society and we should be glad he choose to kill himself rather than go on a rampage killing innocents.

@Thfelese
A breakup certainly is no reason for suicide but if you decide to do it at least don't bother others Jumping from the 14th floor could have killed others and even crashing on a car will be bothersome for the car owner so take that into account when choosing the method.


Why is going on a rampage killing innocents the other option?

I wish he would have waited some short amount of time before dying. He probably would have gotten over it.
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Posted 7/24/14

justanotherguy_2005 wrote:

Ok. I admit it. I'm a terrible person. While forcing my way through that the only thing I could think of is that he could have spent a bit more time polishing up his last message to the world. I seriously think I don't care as much just because of how badly it was done. I'm not asking for it to be perfect but can we at least use "you" instead of "u" and stuff when it's the last thing the world will see of you? Give it a once over and do a little editing? Proper sentences? Please?

Also, to continue to show how bad of a person I am.... If you can't even spend some time to make a quality last message to the world, since it was posted on facebook and pretty much guaranteed to get a lot of attention, maybe that is why your relationship didn't work out. They do take work and commitment after all.


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Posted 7/24/14
This guy is a pussy
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Posted 7/24/14 , edited 7/24/14
Love is f***ed up! I know because someone really close to me just had a huge depression because of that, Then came the drugs and then...

So don't give your heart to anybody, because at any moment they'll break it, and your life makes no more sense, and there's only one way to achieve inner piece after that. Although, suicide is the easiest and weakest way out.


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justanotherguy_2005 wrote:


Thfelese wrote:


justanotherguy_2005 wrote:

Ok. I admit it. I'm a terrible person. While forcing my way through that the only thing I could think of is that he could have spent a bit more time polishing up his last message to the world. I seriously think I don't care as much just because of how badly it was done. I'm not asking for it to be perfect but can we at least use "you" instead of "u" and stuff when it's the last thing the world will see of you? Give it a once over and do a little editing? Proper sentences? Please?

Also, to continue to show how bad of a person I am.... If you can't even spend some time to make a quality last message to the world, since it was posted on facebook and pretty much guaranteed to get a lot of attention, maybe that is why your relationship didn't work out. They do take work and commitment after all.


It's because he wrote from his heart.


No. I don't believe it was at all. It was just someone being stupid. I used to be suicidal and everything too and looking back on it now I know it wasn't ever about love. You don't do things like that when it will only hurt the one you supposedly love. If there was real love there it would have been the first thing he thought of when the idea even came to mind. It was pure selfishness. He was only thinking about himself in the present and didn't care about anyone else. He might have thought he loved her and other people but my guess, from my experience, is that he only loved the idea of being in love with her.

If any of that makes sense anyway. I'm not having the best time thinking clearly right now.


I opt for your response. That's how I felt too when I read what he wrote. No offense to him, but I truly think he was being selfish. It wasn't about her, it was about him. How he would feel... How he would react... What he could get out of her... Etc.


I think i have to give you congratulations for never doing anything crazy, since you used to be suicidal. That's awesome ^^ But observe that not everyone has the same capacity to process their problems. Some people dedicated their life to one person, and when she's gone there's no more meaning to their life. Or their in to much pain that if they don't put a end to that their being selfish with their own bodies, their own minds, and the pain is too much to even think about others.

To be honest, i think the girl might become a little guilty but that's all. Hardly that will change her life.
Posted 7/24/14

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Love is f***ed up! I know because someone really close to me just had a huge depression because of that, Then came the drugs and then...

So don't give your heart to anybody, because at any moment they'll break it, and your life makes no more sense, and there's only one way to achieve inner piece after that. Although, suicide is the easiest and weakest way out.



I think i have to give you congratulations for never doing anything crazy, since you used to be suicidal. That's awesome ^^ But observe that not everyone has the same capacity to process their problems. Some people dedicated their life to one person, and when she's gone there's no more meaning to their life. Or their in to much pain that if they don't put a end to that their being selfish with their own bodies, their own minds, and the pain is too much to even think about others.

To be honest, i think the girl might become a little guilty but that's all. Hardly that will change her life.


(I assume this was addressed to me due to the suicidal part...if not ignore this.) I know not everyone has the same ability to handle problems which is why earlier in the thread I pointed out my belief that we have a major issue in the world today of younger generations not even being taught how to cope with their problems. We try to protect them too much and then when they have to go out into reality they have no idea what to do.

As for dedicating ones life to someone...I can't argue against it too awfully much because I was/am completely in love with someone and they have passed on. I am pretty lost about it...but...I also think it is selfish to be that way. To put so much of a burden on someone else just seems wrong. It's like...why should they have to be the meaning to someones life when they have to live their own already? People need to realize that everyone needs to be able to stand on their own. Your partner shouldn't be what "completes" you but rather someone who compliments, and no I don't mean a compliment like "you look great today", who you are and helps make your life happier and better. I would hate to have someone consider me to be so important because what if I fall out of love with them? Would I not then feel obligated to stay with them simply because of how much they rely on me? Meh...I think I ranted enough on that.

As for the pain thing that just goes back to a coping problem in my opinion.
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Posted 7/24/14 , edited 7/24/14
The problem is human societies waste too much energy on so-called "romantic" love. It saturates all cultures unfortunately... saturates movies, music. Then societies wonder why young people over-react to breakups... kids are set up to over-react by being brought up on this nonsense.
Posted 7/24/14
personally can understand if someone wants to end their life after a break up. have been there... the first week is the hardest... you start feeling emptiness, lose a reason for living... you feel like you won't be able to love someone else.

those are the biggest hurdles. but once you let time pass, all wounds will eventually heal. the problem is... some people are stuck in the illusion that it won't get better, but it does...


but I am an odd person; I get attached to people really easily... but if they don't want me and they make it clear that they don't want me there, then I can detach myself just as fast.
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(I assume this was addressed to me due to the suicidal part...if not ignore this.) I know not everyone has the same ability to handle problems which is why earlier in the thread I pointed out my belief that we have a major issue in the world today of younger generations not even being taught how to cope with their problems. We try to protect them too much and then when they have to go out into reality they have no idea what to do.

As for dedicating ones life to someone...I can't argue against it too awfully much because I was/am completely in love with someone and they have passed on. I am pretty lost about it...but...I also think it is selfish to be that way. To put so much of a burden on someone else just seems wrong. It's like...why should they have to be the meaning to someones life when they have to live their own already? People need to realize that everyone needs to be able to stand on their own. Your partner shouldn't be what "completes" you but rather someone who compliments, and no I don't mean a compliment like "you look great today", who you are and helps make your life happier and better. I would hate to have someone consider me to be so important because what if I fall out of love with them? Would I not then feel obligated to stay with them simply because of how much they rely on me? Meh...I think I ranted enough on that.

As for the pain thing that just goes back to a coping problem in my opinion.


Yeah, you're totally right but as i stated and you agreed, everyone has they way to think and act, We process our problems in different ways, that's what makes us humans. I might think that the meaning of life is to be with the ones i love because my life depends too much on them and if they died how do you think i'm gonna feel after that? I would feel lost. And then, i totally agree with you, about the teaching how to cope problems. Actually, they might be a life saver.

And i feel sad for your lost, and at the same time happy, for you not giving up. The best of luck on your future. Feel free to reply if you want to discuss anything else about this matter ^^
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Posted 7/24/14 , edited 7/24/14
The guy wasn't emotionally and mentally ready for any romantic relationship. He had to have some problems before even dating the girl. The man simply was not ready for something like that.
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Posted 7/24/14
pathetic, at least he removed his genes from any future complications.
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Either his English is just terrible or he was under the influence of alcohol or drugs, we cannot say for sure. This man clearly had issues, before his relationship began, and after. He may have just wanted to use his first real love as an excuse. Suicide is an excuse in itself. This man's existence was an excuse in itself. There are much better reasons out there for ending one's life, none of them justified. If you cannot find something else to live for in life, then perhaps life isn't for you. If he truly cared about this woman, he would live to see her happy. Of course, easier said then done. Rest in peace.
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Posted 7/24/14 , edited 7/24/14
How selfish.

P/S : Please do not blame her….Im the one who decided this..she’s just the one given me the motivation n courage…..to my FAMILY,please..i beg of u all,dont ever blame on her…


He said don't blame her and blamed her at the same time.
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How selfish.

P/S : Please do not blame her….Im the one who decided this..she’s just the one given me the motivation n courage…..to my FAMILY,please..i beg of u all,dont ever blame on her…


He said don't blame her and blamed her at the same time.


The man's existence was a contradiction in itself. He never lived to experience true love. He just believed that he had. Disillusionment at its finest.
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Posted 7/24/14
Well this was a waste of a thread.
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