- May 11, 2020
Is it really that hard?
who the hell knows if we'll rot in hell.At least it’s something that you can’t regret after?!
We're already rotting in hellwho the hell knows if we'll rot in hell.
Yeah I was thinking of a worse one. Theres always worse.We're already rotting in hell
Totally? You don't. You just hope you can ride over the top of that wave to CTB on the other side.How can I totally overcome my survival instinct ?
I disagree.Yeah I was thinking of a worse one. Theres always worse.
Idk, I cant tell for sure. I wish I could.I disagree.
you only live once.
Braindead = the end.
Can totally relateI think it's hard when you're still on the fence to some degree, consciously or unconsciously. I also believe that the longer and more deeply one contemplates suicide, the more mental barriers and doubts are erected, which creates further difficulty in actually going through with the act.
That being said, every 40 seconds someone in the world kills him/herself, so I suppose in practice it cannot be that difficult if so many people do it every single day. I imagine the process of pondering the decision, carefully weighing up the pros and cons, and finally reaching a final conclusion to die is the hardest part. I know many of us get stuck at that stage and linger there in limbo for weeks, months, years, or even decades, myself included.