Every single thing in life gets better with time. Unless you have a chronic illness that was going to kill you and the doctors said that there was nothing they could do and you were in constant agonizing pain. If someone was in that situation then I could understand them thinking about it...
Sure it is,no problems with money or relationships, etc. I often wish I had succeeded when I was 15, wouldn't have suffered some sexual molestation and rape as an adult, ripped off many times by people I trusted, fortunately, I have health problems, and can kill myself just by not taking my meds. and not seeing a dr, as am too cowardly to do it more drastically, and if you are like me but have money you can go to Switzerland where you can have assisted suicide for ANY reason. If you google it there's a documentary on it and there's a website with other people contemplating suicide.
We are going all going to die anyway, and as I get older seeing my face age and experiencing healt problems, death is MUCH preferable. There is a lady who shot herself in front of a hospital with a note that she wanted to donate her organs and that's another reason to do it, so you can give it before it gets diseased but since our society sees death as a bad thing although the people here advisingyou otherwise do NOT know what the person considering it is going through and I can understand) medical won't accept those organs, even though it would help someone who WANTS to live!!
1 year ago
Last edited at 11:07PM on 9/13/2012
As Sausage said, terminal and painful illness--especially if it is going to place an extreme emotional and financial hardship on ones loved ones--is, to my mind, a valid reason. Other than that, to take your own life to spare the life of another is also a valid reason.
People not facing a horror filled existence are always the ones to deny suicide to fully cognizant, not mentally impaired people suffering he..ll on earth. In hospitals - there is a well known condition that is typically a prelude to suicide: "failure to thrive". It came out of OB and is now observed everywhere. They typically die shortly after that diagnosis - even with minor symptoms - their brains basically give up the ghost. My take is that the State can't interfere with a person's decision to shuffle off this mortal coil - once they determine the person has made a rational decision - typically to end suffering or due to a complete lack of meaning with no possibility of parole.
No I have a friend that did because he was being bullied the whole school was in teers you may not think pepole care but they do, a lot. I wish i could go back and talk him out of it. So now I'm trying to talk you out of it it will get better. The road always leads to a better place, and if it doesn't, then the roads not over yet. Talk to some one sportive, please.
1 year ago
Last edited at 2:25PM on 9/18/2012
No no no. Gators suicide is the worst answer to anything. It's stupid. There was a time in my life where I thought about doing it , but there is no way I would have done it anyways. You only have one life (obviously), some people forget that though. YOU CAN'T LIVE AGAIN. And taking it away because you think you're ugly, your crush doesn't crush on you back, or some lonely jerk is bullying you is stupid beyond belief.
5 day old question. Yet I'm still going to answer.
The answer is No. There are so many things to live for, and so many more solutions to a problem without resorting to that. I don't consider it a selfish or brave act.. I don't really consider it much of anything. I have to say I don't understand it for the most part. I mean, there were a couple times when it flashed through my mind, not anything that was deeply considered at all though. It doesn't just end your life, it affects everyone elses too. And the way I see it, you won't know if tomorrow is better, because you're dead. Done. Over it. You won't be able to see the next day.
I know you said you were just thinking. Not considering it or anything. But in all seriousness.. You think too much ;) Are ya sure you're okay?