alexisgirlie answered Sunday June 10 2012, 4:18 pm: There is absolutely no painless way to commit suicide. I understand your despair, I've been there a few months ago, and today, because I chose life, I'm so happy and successful. Please visit my website: survivethesuicideurge.org, so that we can help you overcome this urge. Here's a question you should ask yourself: do you want to end your life, or do you want everything to work out? Believe me, the second option outweighs the other. Suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem. Don't end your life here, be a fighter! No one can deal with this alone, so please go get help for your pain. Good luck, and I hope you feel better soon. You deserve to be happy, you do not deserve to die. [ alexisgirlie's advice column | Ask alexisgirlie A Question ]
adviceman49 answered Sunday June 10 2012, 1:59 pm: There is none. You will have to trust me on that. As a first responder with a fire department rescue squad I have responded on more then my share of suicide attemptts. While some are more painful then others they all are painfull enough that at somepoint the victim calls for hellp.
Most of the time we are succesful, sometimes we are not. Life is not like the movies you jusr don't swallow a bunch of pills and fall asleep and die.
There is nothing worth dieing for. What ever has you feeling this way can be made right with the right kind of help. If you are actively suicidal at this time call 911 or go to the nearest hospital emergency room. You do not need insurance to be helped with this problem. Just tell the 911 operator or the intake clerk you are feeling suicidal and you will be the next patient or help will be sent to you. [ adviceman49's advice column | Ask adviceman49 A Question ]
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