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I've recently been imagining scenarios in which I die. I've wondered what would happen if I did die, I don't plan on killing myself. But death and suicide are constantly on my mind
Don't do anything drastic. Stay with us and pour your thoughts onto these pages. Flooding paper with your thoughts is often the way to feel better. There is nothing weird about contemplating death. It is a natural part of life. Religion and science all try and explain it. If you really are concerned see a psychiatrist, but it is fairly normal. If you are thinking about this because you are sad, try changing up your life. Otherwise, it will probably pass in time for another mental pursuit. I sometimes have periods when I am fairly focused on a single topic. Its all about whether you are distressed about the thoughts. While many (not necessarily everybody) may be thinking about it once in a while, I doubt everyone is thinking about death and suicide constantly. Lol, so it is on everybody elses mind. People who are now denying it are probably scared other people may think they're suicidal or depressed.. But its perfectly natural to think about.. At least.. if you're not seriously considering killing yourself. That's how I feel too. Life just gets sadder and sadder with every passing moment. I just cant get "death" out of my mind. Have you ever wondered what would happen if you NEVER died? Death is the most beautiful idea in the world. Think of it. You will cease to be conscious of whatever you want to be conscious of. You might as well be conscious of things that bring you peace and satisfaction. Nothing would happen to you - your world would just cease to exist. Your family would be very sad. They would torture themselves with question like: what did I do wrong, why did (s)he commit suicide, what could I have done to prevent it, ... My stance on this is: why rush? You will die eventually, and you will find out what will happen. In the meantime, you should focus on discovering all those other things about life, while you are alive.
Have you ever known someone, someone really close to you, who has died? I don't just mean a friend. Friends are great, but there's nothing like seeing the cold, lifeless skin of someone who meant the world to you.
Do whatever you want, but if you really think it's okay to kill yourself, I hope you don't have any friends or relatives, because that is an unbelievably selfish act.I agree with this: I always think about death. As long as you aren't worried or depressed, or harming someone else, it's perfectly fine. I personally am quite willing to die. The fear of death is often quite limiting, and a waste of time, since we'll all die. As long as your life and death are focused, nothing bad can come of this. But something bad can come of it? What if she is depressed? She could end up killing herself. See a doctor my love, i know how it feels, its not a nice thought xxxx i think that having death in the back of your mind helps you appreciate life... Point of living is not external, in some purpose or achievement. It is in the life itself. Interestingly, I imagine the same thing before I fall asleep every night. I just don't kill myself since it might give hard time to my family and friends. Other than those, I am really in love with the thought of death. It's not like a depression, but I genuinely love the idea of death. I just want to disappear. It won't make too much of difference. Neither will your death or anyone's death. Each of us are so insignificant and worthless; we really have no point in living. Maybe I am not planning to kill myself, but why should I not try to think nicer thoughts then death and suicide? There are so many things I could think about. I should focus on no single one, and spend some time thinking about as many. Life is amazing, diverse, and often beautiful. Death is only one part of it. Our thoughts shape they way we feel and behave. Likewise, our behavior shapes the way we think and feel. These processes affect each other. Death is the easy way out of the hardships of life. You are responsible for the choices that you make in your own life. I'm not trying to be hard on you or anything but I'm giving you a heads-up that there will be no one to "rescue" you from what you are feeling, unless you are planning to suicide yourself or something like that. You need to take care of yourself because nobody else will. You need to watch your own back because that is how humans survive.>>No life
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>>And maybe a girlfriend I always think about death. As long as you aren't worried or depressed, or harming someone else, it's perfectly fine. I personally am quite willing to die. The fear of death is often quite limiting, and a waste of time, since we'll all die. As long as your life and death are focused, nothing bad can come of this. you are just like me Sorry, but that is really weird & scary. maybe i should consult a psychologist? I've recently been imagining scenarios in which I die. I've wondered what would happen if I did die, I don't plan on killing myself. But death and suicide are constantly on my mind