Should I kill myself?

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    Hey, you might be having a real shit time right now but life is worth living no matter what. It might not feel like that right now, but it is. I don’t know what you’re going through, but please keep living and know that this too shall pass.

    I think you’re from Italy, so if you want somebody to talk to and you don’t have anyone to talk to right now, here’s the phone number for Telefono Amico Italia: 199 284 284
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    That’s entirely up to you. There’s nothing in life to you? Nothing you wanna experience or achieve? No people or pets who care about you or you care about?

    If your answer to any of those questions is yes, I don’t think you should. Otherwise why not?
  • 5
    why should you? Why not the people that make your life miserable? doesn't seem fair to me. If I were you I'd stay alive just to spite them
  • 3
    Don't. Find a hobby. Take a vacation. Talk to family. Go get laid.
  • 2
    No. there’s still thing you want to do, stuff you want to build
  • 5
    I was very suicidal a few months ago, so I can tell you what helped me. You can do this in incremental steps (whenever you are ready) so it doesn’t feel like a jump.
    1. Make some tea/coffee/water
    2. Eat a little bit of something like a cracker
    3. Take a piece of paper and just write whatever comes to your head
    4. Write something you are thankful for… doesn’t have to be really anything but something that makes you feel something you know.
    5. Go outside and do a little walk.
    6. Do a couple minutes of mediation. No need for thinking you have to do it a certain way.
    7. If your up for it, go on a run or to the gym
    8. Repeat most tasks in 1-7 every day. Your depression will have so little power after this. Trust me and I hope you feel better😊❤️
  • 0
    No. You have a lot of time before you die and death happens to each one of us eventually, whether we like/want it or not

    Relax, watch Porn or have intercourse, sleep, eat, watch your favourite shows/movies, travel nearby or far away, talk to your Family, Friends, and even enemies. Point is you need distraction and good distractions and they need to keep coming constantly
  • 2
    Short answer: no
    Long answer: A definite no.
  • 0
    Life has so much more to offer than this "little world" we live in. We all live in our own little boxes that we need to get out of once in a while. Every discomfort is an opportunity. Borders are opening up. Get out. Explore. Surely, there's somewhere you've always wanted to go.
  • 0
    Death seems kinda boring, would not try
  • 1
    It's your life. You own it and you are the only person who can make this decision.

    The world is cruel and beautiful. Spectacular. The environment you're in now may not be, but the rest of the world is amazing. Whether to end your sole life or to change the env and keep on enjoying - that's up to you.

    If you decide to leave this ship, you will never be coming back. You will never experience this life, this world again: neither the bad parts, nor the good ones too.

    Think of all the good that you'd be losing. And all the good that you yet hadn't, but were to have/experience in the future. Also you will not see others weeping or being sorry for your death - you will no longer care if they cared, and you'll only inconvenience them once, for a day, week or month. No more.

    We are not the people who can tell you what you should do with your life. Noone has the right to [except your parents while you're a kid]. But consider the consequences. And less radical alternatives.
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    “Taking your own life. Interesting expression - taking it from who? Once it’s over, it’s not you who’ll miss it. Your own death is something that happens to everybody else. Your life is not your own. Keep your hands off it.”
    - S. Holmes (from the TV series)

    I don’t understand why people are generally so anti-suicide here. After all it’s the most environmentally friendly action you can take after not breeding or not being born in the first place. However I agree with the quote above. As long as there’s someone who suffers from you dying, you should not do it.
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    Perhaps you should end your life in the environment you're currently in? And start a new life in another env? I.E. Change jobs/change living location/change people you're with?

    Worst case, before committing to ending things, you could do what I was doing when I felt completely desperate: see how much worse could it get and what will happen then. The 'grab a bag of popcorns and watch my world burn' situation. I was curious to see the aftermath of me falling below the bottom :)

    I'm not telling you what to do or not to do. Just sharing my experience and some of the options you may have and not see in a desperate situation :)
  • 0
    I've felt very low in the past but I was really happy yesterday, with life in general. I wouldn't be happy now if I had ended it back then. Things can change, particularly if you try and make some change yourself (gym, go see a film, take a walk in the countryside, check out the jobs websites?).
    Most of all, you seem like a decent guy. The world, and at least your particular part of it, will be a better place with you in it. Things may well come good quite quickly.
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    @Manuch how are you doing today?
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    Yep, I would love Manuch to be past the worst and maybe beginning to see how his future could be better. Wishing you well, sir.
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