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not yet...because i think life is a gift from god,so even if the situations demand you to commit suicide dont do that,since you have one life .moreover ,whatever problems you are having kiilling yourself is not a way to escape the problems of your life.
Suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem. What problem lasts forever? That which doesn't kill me (in itself) will make me stronger and wiser. No suicide thoughts here.
Yes years ago when I was battling clinical depression, I had suicidal ideation quite a few times.
I nearly committed suicide and also googled "How to commit suicide without getting hurt". It was 2 years ago when I was not emotionally matured. But now, its over, for once and for ever.
NO, but I have thought about committing homicide. If someone has got to go it will not be me.(just joking)
I used to think about it so often that I thought it was normal. Didn't everyone think about it at least once a day? I thought suicidal ideation meant an active urge to kill oneself. But it was "against the rules." When my doctor put me on Prozac, I had to physically restrain myself from killing myself. Stopped that med quickly enough!
I agree that "what doesn't kill you, makes you stronger" because I have lived it over and over in my own life. But, yes, from the time I was a pre-teen and throughout my life I have thought of suicide many times. I think that sometimes we face things in life that are so bad that we just don't want to continue on but those moments do pass. I understand anyone who wants so desperately to change their lives that they find suicide the only answer left to them. I remember what my brother always used to say..."Suicide is a cop-out" and "you let them win if you give up". You are giving in to the b.s. and pressure that the outside world has put on you. If you fight and keep fighting, they never win... YOU DO!
Tomorrow holds hope for change... remember that.
Yes, and from time to time I still do. I've been battling severe clinical depression and anxiety for years...with little to no relief and some days it still does feel completely hopeless and I'd prefer it to just end.
by Clive Williams8 months ago
Have you ever thought of committing suicide?
by Valeed6 years ago
Did you ever thought of committing suicide or even tried to commit?
by Chitrangada Sharan7 months ago
Committing suicide is an act of cowardice---Do you agree?
by Daniel J. Neumann6 years ago
Why are so many American troops committing suicide?With all due respect to the men who serve to protect us, what's happening? Does anyone care? This is the longest war in US history... and it's ugly.
by Susan Reid7 years ago
Is it just me, or is this trend bizarre and suspicious?
by Raitu Disong4 years ago
I would love to hear your opinion on this?
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