I am A 13year old female. And i would like to know if anyone knows the easiest way to die?. I've just really had enough of my life to be honest. There is no point in me being alive. I am NOTHING. I have my GCSE'S coming up this summer and next year, I've been put under so much pressure I cant handle it. Im not ready to face failure. And On top of that I am in a relationship with this really nice boy. we recently started dating and its going quite well, however i still love my ex. me and my ex had a quite sexual relationship and its hard to accept the fact that we cant be together anymore. i cant break up with my current boyfriend, i'll feel like a bad person. AND BASICALLY IVE JUST HAD ENOUGH OF LIFE. SERIOUSLY DONT WANT TO BE HERE. AND I FIND IT TO BE DEATH IS THE ONLY ANSWER TO ALL OF MY PROBLEMS. AND I GOT MANY THIS IS JUST ONE/TWO
Additional info, added Tuesday April 10 2012, 3:55 pm: So please please please, can anyone suggest a way for me to die.. Want to answer more questions in the Relationships category? Maybe give some free advice about: Love Life? flexi01 answered Friday June 29 2012, 1:37 pm: You cant kill yourself, its not the right thing! We've all been in a situation where we felt like dying was the only way, but its not! I know from experience, when I was 14, I was fed up and I thought I couldnt live anymore. I had a boyfriend and he broke my heart for my best friend, my best friend went with him and I felt like sh!t. All my friends turned on me, I got black mailed and after a year of that I went to my basement and took my dog's leash and tried to hang myself. Then I thought it over, all my family, the people who actually are nice to me, and everything I love could be over if I chose that path. So the next day of school, I told someone about my problems and I got helped through it. I realized that the people who I thought were friends werent! I got new friends who were actually nice to me and I have a wonderful boyfriend now who appreciates me. Im 16 now and I just need you to know that whatever you choose, think about all possible outcomes first. Pressure and failure is a part of life, we've all been there. If you love your ex still, you need to tell your current boyfriend about that. Im sure he'll understand. The truth is the best, even when you tell little white lies they can come back and bite you in the ass. I cant stop you from killing yourself but just think your life over before you make any drastic decisions.
-Hope this helps <3 [ flexi01's advice column | Ask flexi01 A Question ]
Hayhay4033 answered Tuesday April 17 2012, 8:25 pm: Don't kill yourself if you really want your ex back then brake up with your current bf. Please don't kill yourself its not the only thing to finish your problomes but, you just need a little help here and there, but i know how you feel, i wanted to kill myself but would that be really worth losing all my friends and family, I said no it would not be worth killing myself. Hope this helps. Good luck. :) [ Hayhay4033's advice column | Ask Hayhay4033 A Question ]
CaptainKamikaze answered Sunday April 15 2012, 8:52 pm: Please, don't do this to yourself! It really isn't worth it, I know because I tried. There isn't an easy way, just because you think you want to die you may change your mind a little to late, or might not be able to do the whole job. The pain unbearable and things can get better with help I watched my girlfriend die and I couldn't do anything, even CPR couldn't help, she died before she hit the floor and I was nearly put in prison for attacking the car driver, it truly was terrible but people can and will help.
Tashanm08 answered Friday April 13 2012, 12:11 am: You are young. You have so much life ahead of you, and it really, truly is a beautiful thing. Think of everyone that would hurt and life's would be so much worse without you. You affect more deeply then you can realize. Every person you meet is impacted by you. [ Tashanm08's advice column | Ask Tashanm08 A Question ]
NinjaNeer answered Wednesday April 11 2012, 9:04 am: We're not going to suggest that you kill yourself. It's not what we do here.
This is exactly why I don't advocate dating below a certain age. You get mixed up in all sorts of emotional stuff that you're not ready to handle, and fill your head with exes and sex when you should be concentrating on being a kid and getting through school.
This isn't a lecture, though. I'm here to help.
If you're not happy with your current relationship, end it. Don't feel like a bad person. It's not a bad thing to end a relationship that you don't see going anywhere, or one that's sapping you of all your energy. I would suggest you taking a hiatus from dating for a set period of time. At one point in high school, I decided that I would not date until Grade 12. It meant that I wasn't constantly trying to impress boys, wasn't wasting energy on relationships that likely wouldn't last, and wasn't putting myself at risk with sexual activity. It worked for me: I was able to focus on school, work and extracurricular activities. Just a suggestion.
Nothing is the end of the world. Any failure can be overcome. I should know: I have failed out of university or college several times (for circumstances beyond my control). Of course, I've been devastated each time, but with the benefit of hindsight I'm able to move on. I'm even going back to school this fall to give it another shot!
I get that parents put a huge amount of strain on you. I had mine giving me the "You'll be flipping burgers" lecture on a regular basis. You need to find a way to distance yourself from outside pressures. Find a safe place (a tidy, comfy corner of your room, the library, a nearby park) where you can relax. If the pressure gets to be too much, remove yourself and take a while to smell the roses. Read a book or listen to some music. Take a walk.
To keep on track for school, find a good place to study. Pair up with a smart friend if you're having trouble with the coursework, or ask your teacher. Some older students may do free tutoring. Don't work yourself to the bone. Leave time for fun stuff, but set a certain amount of time to do schoolwork each day so that it doesn't creep up on you. Make a schedule and stick to it as best you can so that everything gets covered. Also, you get diminishing returns from working harder past a certain point. It makes no sense to kill yourself trying to get 100% when you've got a 90%. Set a reasonable goal and aim for that instead of the whole hog.
Nothing is worth killing yourself over. Eventually, you will look back and wonder what you ever saw in your ex, and why you felt so strongly about your breakup. You'll look back on school and remember the fun times, not the hard times. Give yourself a chance to live out your life, because you've hardly started yet.
There is no quick, easy, painless way to die. That's because no matter what the end of your life is like, it won't be quick, easy and painless for all of those who know and love you. They would all hurt forever, wondering why you didn't come to them first. So reach out to your family and friends when you're struggling. If they're not the emotional sort, you can also call local teen help or suicide lines. They can help talk you down in a pinch. Or post here looking for advice on the tough spots. It's what we're here for.
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