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Re: suicidality exhaustion... TRIGGER

Posted by Maxime on September 17, 2010, at 21:25:45

In reply to Re: suicidality exhaustion... » emmanuel98, posted by linkadge on September 17, 2010, at 7:51:48

> >And so what is wrong with this? That you want to >die 90% but not 100%. Are you saying that >anything less than 100% is being a wimpy >pathetic loser? I don't know what your point is.
> No, I'm just saying that when you attempt suicide, generally either a) you die, or b) you end up hurting yourself really badly.
> So, then wouldn't it make more logical sense, to either do, or do not?
> Now of course, as I said, failing is better than succeeding, but I guess the point I'm trying to make is,
> If you're not 100% sure you want to die...DON'T ATTEMPT IT!!!
> Anything else, just doesn't make logical sense to me, since you open up the door to the possiblitiy of making your situation much much worse.
> Linkadge

Nothing is fool proof. People shoot themselves in the head and they just end up blowing half their face off. They stand in front of a train and just end up losing their legs. They try to drown themselves and they end of brain dead. Just because a person doesn't succeed it doesn't mean that they didn't want to die

Bipolar Type 2, ED-NOS, Self-hatred
Being happy doesn´t mean the pain is gone. you just bury it deeper.




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