I really want to die please can you help me find a fast painless way to do so I have been thinking about this for 2months and I am very sure.
[ Answer this question ] Want to answer more questions in the Health & Fitness category? Maybe give some free advice about: Mental health? M1CH43LG answered Thursday August 29 2013, 6:21 pm: I am sure that you have heard that you have it better than most, well, I am hear to provide you with an example of how much worse it could be. Every morning I have to wake up with the knowledge that I was sent to prison for crimes my "friends" committed. Every day I get told NO! to my job applications, even though I am young and want to work. Even though I owe the state reparation fees and need the help, no-one will give me a chance. I have to register as an S.O. for the rest of my life because some weak piss-ant of a human wouldn't tell the truth because it was easier to let someone else take the fall! I have thought about offing myself so many times it is pathetic. The only thing that keeps me going is my family and my girlfriend. They stand by me even in my darkest hour. So please, take into account what I have told you and for the love of God, Allah, Buddah, Yahwe, whomever you believe in, wake up, pick up the pieces and get on with your life. My life is hell and I do it, so I know you can. [ M1CH43LG's advice column | Ask M1CH43LG A Question ]
godfreysown answered Wednesday December 26 2012, 4:38 am: Life is very hard. There is no guarantee that things will improve; in fact, my experience has been that things tend to just get worse. If you have seen through the lies of religion; if you have tried habitual intoxication and for whatever reason that doesn't suit your constitution or life-style or life-circumstances, try philosophy: that's right, try using your mind to think through your problems (a lot of them are self-created).
If you unlucky enough to not have the habit of reading, then I really pity you; as I said: life is hard, then you die: if it is too much suffering, for too long, and you've tried to get some help, I think suicide is a reasonable option (if you are really serious about it, you don't need people to give you advice on how to do it; pain will find a way out)
ravenrenn answered Friday July 1 2011, 8:42 pm: However bad it is in your life it is not permanent. Death is permanent. It is no way to solve your problems. There are lines that you can call that deal with suicide that are free and do not show up on your phone bill if your are worried about your parents finding out. I suggest you call them and get help because this is a serious situation. [ ravenrenn's advice column | Ask ravenrenn A Question ]
karijo12 answered Friday July 1 2011, 4:12 am: NO. Trust me, there is much more to live for. Think about what you'll do to your family and your friends. I think suicide is the most selfish act anyone can think of. I recently had a friend's mom attempt suicide. Trust me, it get's better. Everything will get better. I think everyone has those moments. When they feel like no one helps, or even listens. Be smart about this, and DON'T do it. There's more to life, and it's not fair for you to end yours so dramatically and unecessarily. [ karijo12's advice column | Ask karijo12 A Question ]
melissa123 answered Thursday June 30 2011, 11:33 pm: do NOT do that, and DONT EVER think about doing that EVER agin! why would you want to do something that horrible...
when something really bad happens to me, the things i think about are the good things, what i have and what im thankful for and MANY people are WAY worse off then you! you have it WAY better then MANY people! and you should be thankful of that, and just because of one thing that happened or whatever that is, you should never think of thinking or doing something like that.
because i know someone who did something like that... and if you do that, you dont know how many people are going to miss you to death, cry there selves to sleep wishing you were here with them! you dont know how many things your going to miss on earth, and doing that would be a sin... a BIG sin. wait until your time comes and pray everynight to God.
you may not be able to see him or hear him but if you pray to him he will help you! God Bless You! and please dont ever do it or think about it!(:
adviceman49 answered Wednesday June 29 2011, 10:12 am: No one on this site is going to advise you on how to commit suicide. If you are feeling suicidal at this time call 911 NOW or go to the nearest hospital Emergency Room for help.
Suicide is not the answer to your problem(s). If you have not already done so I would like you to call the National Suicide hot line. There number is: 1-800-273-TALK (8255). They operate 24/7 and are totally free and confidential. They have a network of crisis center around the country they can refer you to for help, probably one right in your home town or close to you. The call takers are trained professionals who are volunteers and are there to help you; so please give them a call, they can and will help you through this.
Please call the hot line I recommended above. If you feel like hurting yourself before you can get to someone that can help you please call 911. Tell the call taker how you are feeling, they will send help. The normal response is to send both Fire Rescue and the Police. Do not be afraid, the call taker will most likely want to stay on the phone with you until help arrives. The police are there to protect you and the others not to harm you or arrest you. The fire rescue people are there to take care of you and to take you to the hospital.
You do not say what is bothering you to cause you to think of suicide. Whatever it is it CAN BE RECTIFIED or mitigated that I am certain of. Please call the hotline or go to the hospital for help. I know there are people who love you and would miss you if you were to do this.
If nothing else please remember this: There are people that love you. Your parents love you and four people who have never met you have taken the time to write to you to convince you that hurting yourself is not the answer and ask you to seek help for whatever is causing you to feel this way. [ adviceman49's advice column | Ask adviceman49 A Question ]
amanda1214 answered Wednesday June 29 2011, 5:03 am: I want you to know that you are not the only one that has felt this way. I know quite a few people who have thought about this. Please listen to me when I tell you that suicide is not the way out. It is a permenent solution to a temporary problem. Things will get better for you but not if you end it. Don't short-change yourself and everything you can be in life by giving up. Just think about everyone in your life that loves you and cares about you. If you do this it will destroy them and they will never be the same. I would suggest going to see a psychiatrist. Please get help. This is not the way out. [ amanda1214's advice column | Ask amanda1214 A Question ]
Amarete answered Wednesday June 29 2011, 12:21 am: First off, I want to tell you that you are not alone in how you feel. A lot of people feel suicidal at some point. Some of them kill themselves, but the majority of them survive. I've been there, and I'm still alive: partly out of luck, but also because a few people showed me that I was important, even when I felt like I was a waste of air.
Even if you feel sure now, consider that you may not be seeing the whole picture. Depression, anger, stress, alcohol, self-hate: all of these things and more can twist your vision of reality. It may be impossible for you to think clearly and you might not even realize it. My vision of reality was twisted for years and it took other people to make me realize it. I thought I wanted to die, but my reasons were based on false information and mistaken beliefs.
Please, try talking to someone. You can talk to a trained counselor online here: [Link](Mouse over link to see full location)
You don't have to talk face-to-face or even pick up a phone. It's free and anonymous. You have nothing to lose.
Also, here is a book (available free online) that will help you make a more informed decision about ending your life: [Link](Mouse over link to see full location)
I've read it while suicidal, and it helped me. Hopefully it will help you, too.
No matter what is happening in your life, I guarantee you that there is still a reason to live, somewhere. There are people who care about you, even if you haven't met them yet. There are things you haven't done yet, even if right now, you feel like you wouldn't enjoy them. Things can change for the better, even if it seems impossible now. Nothing in anyone's life is permanent other than death.
Please think about this longer. This is the biggest decision any person can make and the worst place to make a mistake. I wouldn't get a tattoo without waiting a year to make sure I wanted the design. I wouldn't get married unless I had loved my boyfriend for at least two years. Suicide is a much bigger decision than body modification or marriage, so why would you take less time to choose? [ Amarete's advice column | Ask Amarete A Question ]
kristamikele answered Wednesday June 29 2011, 12:05 am: I hope you give life a chance. Do you know that one morning I woke up and my baby, who had been sleeping next to me, was dead? She was two months old, and she died of SIDS. For a long time afterward, I kept wondering why I was even bothering staying alive. I even started hearing voices, it was terrible. I blamed myself for her death, I thought I must have been a bad person, or else why would something so bad happen to me? I thought I didn't deserve to even be alive, and if I stayed alive I was just going to keep getting punished. Life could never be good again...I didn't deserve to have a good life....Then, something good did happen to me, and then something else good, and today I went out and took my beautiful two year old triplet grandsons out, and we had the best day. If I would have killed myself, they wouldn't even be here. I would have denied them life! If I had killed myself, I would never see another sunset, never have the chance to make someone happy, or give someone the chance to make me happy. I would let the people who didn't like me win, and I would prove to them that I didn't have what it takes. Well, I DO have what it takes, and so do you. Maybe tomorrow, some little child will need you, and if you're not there who will she turn to? Maybe tomorrow, you will meet someone who makes you smile all the time. Maybe tomorrow...well anything can happen! Please, don't deny yourself, do you know what I realized about my baby? She wasn't a punishment, she was a blessing...I couldn't see it through the pain then, but she was really an angel, and she grew inside my body...I wasn't being punished, I was being trusted to grow an angel! Right now, it may feel as if you're being punished, but guess what; you will make it through, and then one day you will meet someone who is going through the things you went through, and you will be there to change their life and give them hope. Keep your chin up, and remind yourself of something Mother Theresa said: "I know God won't give me anything I can't handle, I just wish He didn't trust me so much." [ kristamikele's advice column | Ask kristamikele A Question ]
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