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jeanemae jeanemae 26-30 5 Answers Nov 9, 2012 in Hobbies

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Or if the people who want life so badly could give away some of their will to live to those who are suicidal?

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certainly...but those who badly want life don't have any reason to be altruistic in that case

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Good idea, except most of the "suicidal" just want attention and would be "scared to death" in their self-centered fear of really dying. While in the military (in a barracks on our way overseas) I saw a guy 'slightly' cut his wrist (in the bathroom with a razor blade not to deep, horizontally) and I tossed him down wrapped up his wrist. As we waited for a medic, I said next time cut your wrist vertically and deeper so you'll bleed out if you really want to die chicken-****.

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not everything is a cry for attention. People who truly want to die tend to be more successful. Like tony scott who threw himself off that bridge. I really don't see the point of your counseling the young man on how to properly cut his wrists.

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He didn't want to die, he wanted to find away to get discharged. And if someone wants to commit suicide they usually succeed.

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If you knew that's what he wanted...why not give him information to help his goal?

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I suspect that would soon produce a market in life expectancy which I am sure some would applaud as a good thing.

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they already have that..it's called life insurance

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I was thinking more of selling a few years of one's life to someone else.

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ah, yes..like selling kidneys

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no...but that movie about selling life does seem interesting. I was thinking about decriminalizing the wish for death...suicide's still a crime here.

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