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Posted 11/19/14
i think of suicide occasionally, the reason i am alive is the thought of all the pain i would cause to others if i killed myself.
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Posted 11/19/14

gintamaaa511 wrote:

The worst depressions are the ones that lead to think about suicide. The same goes for mental instability. One of my best friends died one year ago because he had deep depression which lead to mental instability. But his lifestyle was live fast die young, so is not a great example. My point is high levels depression and/or mental instability lead to suicidal tendencies for sure. Then depends on the person to overcome it.


There is also a third side that everyone is leaving out. I came into this thread with a specific example in mind. Those that write these comments to spit on his death makes me want to kill everyone here.


Who is writing comments to spit on someone's death? That comment is ignorant.
Yeah those people commenting are ignorant.
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I agree with the quote "Suicide is a permanent fix to a temporary problem" because i used to get bullied everyday because of my hair (long and curly hair) but after about 3 years of taking shit from other people i just found my own way to deal with them. I got a haircut to feel more confident and basically told anyone who gave me shit to **** off and just bumbed them out whenever they said some smartass comment. I know that this is my way to deal with people and bully's.

------Suicide is NEVER the answer------
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Posted 11/19/14
I don't condone suicide but I do think it's a personal choice and believe in true freedom, so if somebody wants to commit suicide its their body, mind and life and I see no reason to stop them.
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For as long as I can remember, I have dealt with feelings of anxiety and depression. Sometimes I can push them to the back of my mind and pretend they're not there, but the cost of that is not really feeling anything at all. Other times there's no hiding from the emptiness and the constant pit in my stomach that makes me feel like the end of the world is upon me. Personally, I was just so overwhelmed with life and at the same time I thought my life was going nowhere at all and that dealing with the monotony of daily life was useless. I started thinking that it would just be easier to end it all.
I don't know if I wanted to die, but every single day I couldn't stop thinking about it. I would open the cabinet and wonder how many pills I would need to take, look at a knife and wonder how bad it would hurt to bleed out, how long it would take to drown myself in the tub. I always used to feel guilty for having suicidal thoughts and suffering from anxiety and depression. I thought that my life wasn't hard enough to be dealing with those issues and that I should be ashamed of myself for viewing myself as a victim. I thought that because I was unhappy that there was something wrong with me. And that feeling just made everything so much worse.
Eventually I got scared enough of what I would do to myself that I told someone and was able to work past the most recent bout of these feelings, but I know that they will probably come back someday and knowing that scares me. Because even though I don't think I wanted to kill myself, those thoughts tormented me all day and part of me wanted to end it just to make them stop.
It's really hard to tell those around you that you struggle with thoughts of suicide because you don't want to hurt them, you don't want them to think less of you, and you don't want them to think that you're just trying to get attention... but the first step for me in getting past that problem was being honest with the people around me and asking for help. No one should have to face something like that alone.
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I'm not really suicidal, however I do look forward to death. I'm not really depressed anymore, I think I'm mostly over my whole dropping out of college thing. I have a job. It's boring and monotonous, but it pays money and I get along with my coworkers well enough. I have a good relationship with my parents. I have drifted away from pretty much all my friends, but I don't really care too much about that. Plus I could get back in touch with some of them if I really wanted to. I don't have any major childhood trauma or deep seated issues (that I know about). Hell I have it pretty good.Yet I still find dealing with life to be a pain. It's like I'm trapped in a video game that I've long gotten bored of. Some days are better than others of course. I don't know, I just really hope I don't have 40 or 50+ more years of this shit.
Posted 11/19/14
when pain is greater than the coping resources. But there's a lot of different stories behind everyone who commits suicide, i think sometimes the result is from giving up on trying to get to what you want. Maybe if you're constantly in a bad state you can't remember how to feel better, because it must be a spiral downwards to end up killing yourself, imagine spinning a wire round your self until it's too tight to get out from. And i sometimes think of what it would feel like at that second of death...

actually, humans generally can easily have low self worth, that must be the thing most victims share.
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Posted 11/19/14
In my case, physical pain to the extent that I feel on an almost daily basis is more than enough to make me consider it.
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Posted 11/19/14
wow...I had to pop my head into this thread.....hah

ummmm well IMO I think being impulsive is a big part in suicide and at the same time I think some people do it for curiosity sake also lifestyle because rich people with friends and family have committed suicide

also what I don't get is those people who put on a brave face and go and kill themselves out of the way of their family and friends......I mean its not like they believe no one loves them and its not like they don't love anyone because if that was the case they wouldn't worry about it if their family sees them do it

but what degree of depression would cause it well I think we have to go back to impulse because people have killed themselves over trivial things I think rather than depression its more about having the thought, the impulse and the will to carry it through but that's just my opinion

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Mang feel like they would leave no legacy, that no soul would miss them. That they would not be remembered, that they believe themselves to be worthless.

I've had numerous attempts and they were all pathetic and ended in failure. I think at the end of the day what I really wanted to do was get someone to pay attention to me, to remember me positively, to appease me of all the terrible things I thought of myself as, and the terrible things I had done before my latter suicide attempts; especially last May. However I always clung to the hope when brashly going through these attempts, with little prior planning, that I'd make someone depressed by dying, and that is what always caused me to fail.
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