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by SkareKrow

Suicide is an addiction. Once you’ve done it. It is always in the back of your mind. Everyday it is another option you can put on a to do list. As if you quit smoking and crave it everyday but you just don’t fire one up even if you desire it so much.

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blank-clutter 3/5/2016 - 9:25 pm

I agree, it is an addiction. What I have found in my personal experience is that the thought is an addiction. Thinking that you want to kill yourself is a comforting thought that eases the pain momentarily when your life is agonizing.

If only there was better help

EtiLamb 3/6/2016 - 12:58 am

I would agree with this, and honestly it just allows me to take more risks. I then find that I have made so many poor decisions with the rationalization, “I’ll just KMS!” that I am in a far worse mess than I would be if I had just calmed down to think of my future.

All things considered my KMS years were remarkable in some ways. Can’t say I have moved on, but I know when I start saying “oh, I will just kill myself if this happens” to tread cautiously, as I am bound to start making some foolish decisions.

CatchTh3Bus 3/5/2016 - 10:20 pm

It’s a beautiful addiction in a way. The police can regulate cigs, alcohol and other drugs but they can’t take control of our thoughts, they can lock us in wards for attempts and sharing suicidal thoughts with people in our lives but it still doesn’t rip the cushy suicidal state from our minds, infact for many it just strengthens the cushiness and makes our addiction stronger! I wish sometimes all us suicidal people could get together and start our own country, that would probably break the addiction but in modern society I’m keeping my vice 🙂

blank-clutter 3/5/2016 - 10:51 pm

I feel like that country’s population would quickly reduce

EtiLamb 3/6/2016 - 12:54 am

I’d say that there is are built in mechanisms to mitigate suicide. For instance medical bills, say you’re found nearly dead on your floor, that’s a $3,000 ambulance bill alone. Not to mention the time you spend in the ICU, and then the week you spend in the psych ward. I’d say that $25,000 in debt and multiple bill collectors is enough disincentive. Oh wait, or are those motivators for a second attempt?

Gary 3/5/2016 - 11:10 pm

Amen.

whiskered-fish 3/6/2016 - 12:17 am

I don’t want to believe this, but I know it’s true. It grows. It eats. Soon, it obsesses your every thought.

SkareKrow 3/7/2016 - 12:32 am

It does become the normal thought process for most. It is sad. A lot of people don’t want to die but it does also rationalize 1 day at a time. Does it cause more self destructive behavior yes. You call off work screw it I’ll be dead in a month anyways. Skydiving?why not there could be an accident and I didn’t pull the trigger. It does also have a negative impact on progressing because you have your bags packed all the time hypothetically speaking.

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