Discussion in 'Suicidal Thoughts and Feelings' started by Cath, Jul 12, 2007.
Nothing is real, everything is fake.
Doesn't matter anymore.
A book you might like:
Running on Emptiness: The Pathology of Civilization
Some online essays by the same author, John Zerzan:
Basically, John Zerzan thinks most people are depressed because of the nature of modern society (which is something most people in this forum may agree with). He says we should live more primitively (abandon corporate America, work less, live far more simply, use computers less, spend more time outdoors, etc.) in order to recapture a meaningful life.
:hug: castyles. What's going on, hun?
Everyone and everything is fake, not real.
Going to die, that will make it real.
Everything nor everyone are all fake castyles. Can you explain to me why you feel this way. I would also like to understand how death would make it more real.
Why don't you seek out professional help?
Such overidealized notions/fantasies of death are common with depression. This is why, sometimes, when people call suicide hotlines, the hotline will remind the caller what can happen during a suicide attempt, e.g. significant but not fatal brain damage with the possibility of waking up paralyzed from the neck down. Furthermore, in the US, over 30,000 people survive suicide attempts with physical disability, according to Social Security Disability statistics. So that's why it's always best to take it easy and get the help you deserve.
I think I know how you feel..
This is one of the things that stops me. I'm afraid of failure.
What up we are clearly struggling but lets get through together hey ill fight if u do you cant give up you would be missed my friend keep fighting:grouphug:
We are all in the Matrix. :blink: