no love for me ever. heartbroken too many times. you told similar man to take 10 beers 40 percoset and 100 xanax. i am afraid that i will either vomit out such quantities but more that it wont work. i will be paralyzed drooling piss and crap in pants always,blind, and be aware of all this.
helperman27 answered Monday March 21 2011, 7:25 pm: Suicide is never ever the answer. Life is a precious gift to be cherished. You may be unhappy now but you never know what is just around the corner. If you feel there is no hope, no one likes, or loves you trust me you are not alone! You may be unhappy now but I garuntee you you've been happy before and will be happy again!
Seek help in anyway. If you do not have access to someone you can tell or better yet a therapist turn anywhere. A guidance counseler at school(if you are a child) or call a suicide hotline. Many posts on this page are not what you should be listening to. Suicide is abosolutely not an option. Take control of your life in a positive way. Think of 1 thing, person that would be worse off without you. There is always someone or something, even if you think there isn't. God bless. [ helperman27's advice column | Ask helperman27 A Question ]
blackbutler666 answered Monday March 21 2011, 1:56 am: I'm not going to try and talk you out of it or anything, but I am going to ask you a question. Are you really that cowardly? Running away from your problems with your tail between your legs like that? Heartbreak is heartbreak and it's going to happen a lot, but that's something that most need to accept. All humans are capable of grasping that thread of hope, even if you have to step on those who oppose you. Giving up and letting yourself fall under everyone's shoes? That's not what being human is about and you are human. Give it some thought, are you really going to be that cowardly?
And fyi, either way your body is going to release whatevers inside no matter how you die. [ blackbutler666's advice column | Ask blackbutler666 A Question ]
Xenolan answered Sunday March 20 2011, 6:25 pm: I find myself hoping that you wrote this looking for someone to talk you out of it. The fact of the matter is that anyone who lives anywhere near a 10-story building or a railroad track has access to a quick and reasonably painless suicide method, so perhaps this is not really what you're looking for.
To take your own life is a decision which you can never, ever take back. Once you've done it, the deed is forever done. That being the case, please consider whether you've honestly exhausted absolutely ALL the other options. Have you sought out professional counseling? If you can't afford a counselor, try [Link](Mouse over link to see full location); there are resources there.
I say this next part not to make you feel worse, but rather to make sure you've thought about it: Chances are, you feel as though you've made a lot of bad choices in your life (most of us feel that way). Isn't it possible that the choice to kill yourself is another error in judgment? Do you really feel you're in the proper emotional state of mind to make such a huge decision?
Death is not really an option. Rather, it is the end of all options. Before you make the last choice you will ever make, be sure that you've really considered those other options. If you're resigned to the idea of self-destruction, then you have nothing to lose by trying something else first. [ Xenolan's advice column | Ask Xenolan A Question ]
hitler_the_goat answered Sunday March 20 2011, 3:59 pm: yes. you would vomit from all of that shit. besides, thats a pretty fucking cowardly way to kill yourself. I've had every single one of my last eleven girlfriends cheat on me. I've watched my friends die on the battlefield. I've been blown up, broken, and cast aside in service of my country. Do you see me giving up? Fuck no. so Ranger the fuck up, Pick your sorry ass off the ground and refuse to fucking die for once.
-Gunner [ hitler_the_goat's advice column | Ask hitler_the_goat A Question ]
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