I’ve been thinking about this for the past few years. Rather than kill yourself, you accept some extremely dangerous, but high-pay career that regularly places you at risk for imminent death. I think this is a better alternative than suicide. You’ll live a life knowing you could die at any moment, and have more motivation to enjoy the moment. This will also remove much inhibition over long-term consequences. I went to a psychiatrist recently, it was very hard to explain to them that I don’t want treatment, I just want to get diagnosed so I can have access to free career and lifestyle counseling, so I can find a death-guaranteed career or environment. My communication skills are terrible, I ended up with a Zoloft prescription instead. I’m not depressed, I just don’t want to be alive, nor have I ever. I’d like to hear your thoughts on this. Bomb disposal or disarment Landmine locator High-rise window cleaner or construction worker Oil rig worker Alaska fisherman Front-line solider Violent animal trainer Professional Russian roulette (my personal fav, is that only in the movies?) As you might imagine, it's very difficult to find practical help in this matter.