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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I have this idea of taking lots of alcohol and pills then running a nice warm bath and then slash my wrists and just lay there bleeding.

    How bloody emo

    It's just an idea though..
    just so you know....slashing your wrists hurts a hell of a lot. It's not quite as simple as it's made out to be.
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    Every freaking day.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    just so you know....slashing your wrists hurts a hell of a lot. It's not quite as simple as it's made out to be.
    I know tbh these feelings may be gone tomorrow but sure as hell they'll be back soon enough. I'm just gonna take everyday as it comes!



    btw thanks for all the comments everyone :hugs:
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    way too often.

    But what's weird is that everytime I go in a car, bus, train or plane I get horribly scared it's going to crash and I'll die. I'd like to die on my own terms thanks very much.
    As a suicidal, last time my plane hit bad turbulance, everybody was screaming/shocked. I just laughed and got this sense of excitement.

    I theorise a lot about earth and life and thinking about it now... I'm ashamed to be human, so that's a major reason.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I have this idea of taking lots of alcohol and pills then running a nice warm bath and then slash my wrists and just lay there bleeding.

    How bloody emo

    It's just an idea though..
    I found a website a while back... That essentially gave all the 'main' methods of suicide and debunked the myths around them. Was very interesting, and really made me think about how I would do it - in the end I crossed them all off the list because they all sounded so painful
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    ah the feelings are coming back again. Why is it worse at night?
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    ah the feelings are coming back. Why is it worse at night? Anyone else notice this?
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    All the time. I didn't even realise it wasn't normal til a couple of years ago.

    And yeah, it's always worse at night for me too.
 
 
 
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