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monicaxox monicaxox 26-30, F 25 Answers Nov 3, 2009

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Honestly, I am contemplating ending it all. I have tried to find work for three years.. No Luck. cant get help form the ever so loved US government.. And if i do, I'm considered a loser. <br />
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All my family members have died, I'm the only one left. I would rather be dead then homeless or a thief. what an empty way to live. <br />
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Homeless or Dead? hmmm sounds like the same to me. <br />
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I guess i could turn to the life of crime to help pay the bills or eat. Oh, if i do that, then i'm a scum bag. <br />
If i'm not working and cant pay bills, I'm a loser. <br />
If i'm homeless, i'm still a loser to society. .<br />
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If i'm dead, i'm free of it all. <br />
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I have kept my head up no matter what life handed me (until now) , My mother kicked me out of the house @ 13, My dad was never around and i have tried everything to keep life going as a normal law biding citizen. <br />
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Honestly, Life sucks for me and really always had. I quit.....

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Though it may be too late now, please don't kill yourself. You are beautiful and should live on

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i'm with u ....

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Cowards way out. It implies that the person just doesn't have it within them to deal what is being handed to them. It's also a selfish thing to do because they just don't realize how many it will effect.

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I think it takes guts, supreme motivation, and probably some alcohol. I didn't say it was a good idea.<br />
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Although if you're terminally ill I wouldn't criticise it.

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I have never been so unhappy to even think about I do not know what gos on in others minds unti I am in that place I can not say I just know it is so hard on the loved ones that have been left to deal with it.

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i know how u feel i lost my husband dec 22 i have to take pills didn't work i guess it not my time
but i just want to go to sleep and not wake up .

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Neither. I think it takes someone so lost that they can't even imagine or remember a day that was not hopeless and filled with pain. It is not the doing of a coward and it takes no guts, just helplessness and emptiness with no end in sight. How disgusting and sad it is when people who feel such misery receive criticism and judgment instead of the help that they need. Until you have been there and had that darkness day in and day out, you have no right to speak a word about or against anyone who has committed suicide. You all should feel ashamed.

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I don't want to glorify or romanticize suicide, and I don't want to say that people who take their own lives are cowards. I believe they need support and comfort when facing the trials and hardships in life.

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i think its stupidity with guts

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I want to Killy self At this very moment I've been holdin this bottle of pills ready to down them I don't understand why god hates me so much I don't drink or do drugs I can't get help with nothin I'm all alone in this world no famil or friends so who cars if I'm gone my kids r all I have but I can't even take care if them right now I'm disabled and fighting ss for bennifits and can't pay my bills I'm just tired so I know how u feel

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I think it takes someone who is in a very dark place. I doubt very much that the person attempting suicide is feeling cowardly. I can only imagine they are feeling desperate and in utter despair. Depression is an illness and some people don't find the way out.

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I think it's a very selfish decision....a permanent solution to what very well could've been a temporary problem....I would encourage said suicidal person to seek out help....talk to someone...anyone....but please hold onto their life...they are too precious...valuable and are loved to go through with such a drastic action...

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I dont think it is a good idea to look at it in this way, it udoubtedly takes guts, but it is not usually a courageous thing, it is usually done out of despair. <br />
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Everyone gets down and depressed from time to time, for some people the problems become so great (in their mind) that they think they can get away from them by committing suicide. Of course, we dont know about what happens after we die, so maybe the problems dont go away after all. Also, most people who do this are not thinking of the consequences it will have on others. <br />
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The brother of one of my work colleagues hung himself two years ago. It has had a devastating effect on her, she has lost lots of work and had all kinds of counselling. A suicidal death is so much worse for the survivors than an ordinary death, particularly where a young person is involve.<br />
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Yet if you look at life's problems in a truly ob<x>jective way, you will see that such a drastic course of action is very rarely necessary.

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It has nothing to do with either. Beleive it or not, it has to do with a deep psychological craving like no other that overwhelms the mind and your whole body feels excitingly numb to pain with the deepest desire for that action to play out. That's why suicide is 100% successful. There is no feeling like it and I seriously beleive that a mental illness cannot top off the euphoria felt to that desire based on thought alone. There is a hidden drive to commit, but not in thought that compels one to act out on their suicidal impulse. It's an underlining irresistable sensation.

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It depends who it is and why.

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Those that I've known that have committed suicide did it because they had irreconcilable pain in their lives. They were neither cowards, nor brave. They were truly, deeply troubled. I wouldn't dare judging people that carry pain as bottomless as that.<br />
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I think that people who are always suicidal due to not being able to deal with life have the idea that dying would be easier than living. EASIER. That's cowardly.

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It depends. It is running from one's issues, but it does take courage (back when I was suicidal and felt worthless the one thing that stopped me was I was too scared to do it.) That's why I don't find it cowardly but I think it lacks perspective. Not to mention normally we should have self-preservation instincts to stop us from killing ourselves, so I think suicide may reflect some serious emotional issues in most cases.

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I think that it is every persons sole right to choose whether to live or to die. It is selfish of people to say 'what about the people left behind'.<br />
The fact that people would rather somebody stayed alive just so somebody else would not be upset is disgusting. <br />
Just the way 'loved ones' keep people alive on drips and machines just so they can feel better about themselves. <br />
We have choices in life, our OWN choices, no matter what they are, that includes either to live or die. <br />
The only thing 'wrong' is the fact that the person has been driven to the choice of suicide by society, the very society that doesn't want them to do it because it will be sad!

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