being told to die

Discussion in 'Suicidal Thoughts and Feelings' started by kombatx, Mar 4, 2009.

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  1. kombatx

    kombatx Active Member

    How does it affect a person usually?
    I for a long time managed to brush such words aside, both in real life and online, but you know, water breaks rock eventually. And it started getting to me too. Funny, it is... Just for my political views and overall mindset, for participating in a non-glorious rightful war, I get this shit, the opinion that such a person as I doesn't deserve to live.
    With time, I began, even involuntary, to think so too. Or rather, feel that in such a hopeless situation, being encircled by, as it reveals, enemies even in the closest social circles, to really end it all.

    but doesn't it count as assisted suicide, and people who say that, can too, ironically enough, be murderers?
  2. Troubled2008

    Troubled2008 Well-Known Member

    If you don't care more about what YOU think, you are going to run into this again and again and again for the rest of your life. There will always be some a******s out there who don't have respect for others... And this typically comes out of a disrespect for themselves inside where they feel bad about their own life so they send it outward into the world.

    And political views??!! LOL! Religion and politics are the two BEST ways to make enemies and get in fights! Heahah.... That is a story THOUSANDS of years old!!! :laugh: Yeah, I used to have this policy where I wouldn't talk to ANYONE about politics or religion for that reason. I broke that policy in recent years but.... politics have become so redundant today, I haven't felt the need to talk about them anyway.

    But.... I digress....
  3. LastCrusade

    LastCrusade Well-Known Member

    I grew up with an extremely abusive mother who frequently asked me to die whenever she loses her temper. It happenned on important occassions meaningful to me ,even on my birthdays. Deep inside it really broke my heart and I was only a kid. It continued until my early twenties. Finally I could not stand it any further and lashed back at my mum each time she was about to say the abusive message to me. It made her realize how wrong it was and she stoppped it ever since. Sometimes, you must make a stand for yourself and hit back. If you don't defend yourself, n one will.
  4. Troubled2008

    Troubled2008 Well-Known Member

    LastCrusade, I could not agree with you more. People are very hesitant to take a stand for whatever reason... Maybe afraid they're doing something wrong... But taking a stand is basically the ONLY thing that has kept me alive in this life. And it made me feel good and have pride in myself. I think it's a must.
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