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Wanna commit suicide? Imagine this.

You come home from school one day. You’ve had yet another horrible experience. You were bullied, teased, etc. You go to get your blades, pills, rope, anything. You go get that suicide note that you wrote forever ago. You thought you would never use it. So did everyone else. You cut yourself so deep. The blood won’t stop. You take 5 extra pills. You tie the rope around your neck. You tie it to the ceiling fan. You’re dead. There’s no going back. Your parents get home from work, your siblings home from school. They call your name like a normal day. You don’t answer. Your little brother comes running into your room to show you the painting he made at school today. He’s too young to realize what really happened. Your parents come in there, your mom crying. Your dad trying to wake you up. The next day at school, your death was announced. Your bestfriend goes into the hallway. She can’t cry, it’s too much.. Those popular girls that always made fun of you. They blame themselves. Your crush, who rejected you so many times, finally admits he loves you. He can’t bare the pain. It’s 10 years later.. Your bestfriend attempted suicide twice. Both were fails. Your brother who is finally old enough to understand, goes into deep depression, along with your parents. Your parents got a divorce. Those girls, cry themselves to sleep every night, thinking about how if they hadn’t called you all those things that weren’t true, you would still be here. Your crush met the girl of his dreams.. She really loves him, he really loves her. They will never be anything more than friends because he believes that if you were still here, it would be you and him. Not her and him. People do care.

I did write this, but I got my inspiration from a post I saw on instagram.


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telly34 6/21/2013 - 10:40 am

This is awesome !

blindaudio 6/22/2013 - 7:36 pm

It’s good, and maybe parts of it true, but imagine this.

You’re hurting. You’re angry. And it won’t stop.
you try exercising, talking with people, taking medication, and all that, and yet it is not working? What do you do then?

Do you just live your life praying something good will happen? Do you tell people your problems and watch them slowly drift away because they don’t want to listen anymore?

I’m not in any way saying here that suicide is right. I am however saying, that some people want out because they have been trapped in a depression so deep, it effects them. It’s like living in a whole.
It’s dark, people are around you, but you can’t seem to grasp their kindness. You’re stuck in this box and the only way you feel out is by suicide.

While I think this is something all should take consideration into, there is also this side, the side I have written that people feel as well when they stay alive.

I’m not saying suicide is wrong or that you should or should not take your life. I am saying that times are tough for these people and for them, it may not get better.

Email me if needed or if you feel suicidal, brl.cents@gmail.com

idkanymoresorry 6/22/2013 - 9:42 pm

True, I see exactly where you’re coming from. The whole point of this was to make people realize that people do care. It might not be until you’re dead but your death will affect everyone, and even if not all of it’s true, and people have no one, there’s still the bullies, and maybe crush. God has a plan for everyone, even if they don’t believe in him. There will be bumps in life, shit maybe even deep holes, but there is a way to get better. You just have to try, and in the past month I’ve realized that. You HAVE to look at the positive sides, and at least try to ignore the negatives. People might only have themselves to support them, I understand that. But, you have to support yourself the best you can.

onthefringes 6/22/2013 - 8:09 pm

This is probably true for most people. But not every life is like this. Some people’s suicidal thoughts and depression comes from not having a best friend, and parents or a parent that doesn’t truly care about them. Many schools, including mine, are too big to make announcements over just one student. Last year a freshman killed himself, and the school didn’t make an announcement. I heard about it through rumors.
I’m not talking about me here. But the horrifyingly sad thing about this is, some people’s deaths won’t cause a big splash, and some people know this. It’s terrible.

blindaudio 6/22/2013 - 11:23 pm

@fringes, good points here.

To the original person who posted this, I sincerely hope that someone read that and was touched. for if you saved one life, you know you made a difference.

nonameslepht 9/12/2018 - 4:01 pm

what if those were the reasons in the first place?

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