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My failed suicide attempts …

by suicide_mahn

Today I’m sharing with you guys what I did to end my life, maybe it will help you to know what won’t work for a suicide plan.

My first attempts were  some knows classic stuf, cutting, Overdosing painkillers, Injecting some poisonous liquids, drowning etc …

My last attempt was finishing a full bottle of scotch whisky and a lot of amisulpride pills, I was taken to hospital and all I got is 4 days of pain over all my body.

For now I’m searching for 2 helium tanks, I see a lot of poeple fail at suicide by helium because of exhaling Co2, but after all I should give a try.

And if I fail i will finish it the tradition way by cutting my Femoral artery using a scalpel … sounds painful by it’s worth it

Thanks for reading

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Strife 6/2/2014 - 2:28 pm

It seems like you’ve had your fair share of suicidal thoughts. If I may ask, what has pushed you to feel this way? Such dedication to ending one’s life must be the cause of some serious despondency. Please, feel free to speak your mind.

suicide_mahn 6/2/2014 - 4:59 pm

It’s about university failure and no future, what would you do if you was at my place …

Haley427 6/2/2014 - 3:14 pm

It doesn’t have to end like this. You have strength. There is a reason your previous attempts did not go the way you had hoped. You have a purpose in life. You can email me at Wilkerson427 at live dot com if you would like to talk. I am here for you. You are not a burden. We are all suppose to help each other. Don’t give up just yet.

suicide_mahn 6/2/2014 - 6:09 pm

Thanks dude for support

Strife 6/2/2014 - 5:27 pm

If I were in your place, it would take a lot of strength to keep going, I know. Failing at anything can be a very debilitating consequence, as it essentially spells out to you that you’re a failure. However, it doesn’t need to be perceived this way. I’ve failed plenty in my life, and consequentially I began to see myself as a a failure, an interloper, one who isn’t made out to be anything in life. What I then realized is that a person’s future isn’t dictated by their successes but by their failures. Through adversity/failure/rejection, we learn what we’re good at–what strengths, skills and motivations we have on the inside. If you’ve failed, then so be it–you failed. Maybe the subject of study doesn’t resonate with you? If you have a job and an income that you can survive on, then I suggest changing life goals in regards to education. If you want to take a break, then do so. Forget about what didn’t work out. I myself left my major to pursue another. Thousands of dollars lost because I felt a desire to become something else. Meditate on what you’d like to become. Don’t let your failure define who you are. You are not a failure. That’s what you went through, it isn’t who you are. If you’d like to respond and speak further, then I’d be gladly to participate.

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