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I overlooked one thing

Discussion in 'Suicidal Thoughts and Feelings' started by pit, Apr 8, 2008.

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  1. pit

    pit Well-Known Member

    What if you attempt suicide, fail, wind up a paraplegic, and worst of all, have in house nurses - strangers - taking care of you? I have no family to speak of, and I thought of this scenario. They could easily steal from me, abuse me, or even worse. What a nightmare!

    All the more incentive to do it right, I guess!
  2. Sa Palomera

    Sa Palomera Well-Known Member

    Or all the more incentive not to do it at all :wink:

    You can never know for sure whether it'll all go as planned, so why not stay at the safe side and don't do it at all?
    I know it's easy talking for someone else, someone who doesn't feel exactly what you feel, doesn't live your life. All I can say is that I've felt suicidal and depressed before, in fact I'm still in the process of getting better.
    But I've been there; seeing no other way out of the misery than dying. Believe me when I say though: suicide might seem the only way out now, but it isn't.

    Please hang in there, you might just run into something that makes you realise things can get better. :hug:
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