Suicide Notes From Night Falls Fast by Kay Redfield Jamison Vintage, "It would seem that nothing could be closer to the truth of suicide than notes and letters left behind by those who kill themselves, but this is not the case; our expectations of how we think people should feel and act facing their own deaths are greater than the reality of what they do and why they do it. Suicide authority Ed Shneidman, for example, in commenting on the disappointing banality of many suicide notes, lets slip his hope, a common one, that the last recorded moments of life will afford a deep or tragic view of dying:
It's written too much from a cucked normalfag perspective that elevates harmlessness as a virtue above all else in life.
Arguably, most suicides motivated this way are not rational. For them you were significant. The writer was just wishing her success in what she had already chosen.
However, this was interpreted as a will. Subsequently, the sister, under the burden of fulfilling the will, could not approach the piano. This could be a cryptic note with hidden meanings, or a poem or short story which requires deciphering and interpretation.
An obvious reason against this is that people might not understand your intentions; this may prove to be very frustrating for survivors. This makes me think that perhaps all suicide is, is a last chance for people who feel like nobody ever pays attention to them, and they can't ever affect anything in life.
When you kill urselve, you know people will definitely pay attention for all of 5 minutes so it's the one shot you get to put your message out there for everyone.
And possibly you could impose an eternal guilt trip on someone who wronged you and was about to get away with it. Why would you waste this opportunity on some wishy washy nonsense everyone will forget about literally by the next day?
People here complain all the time about shitty normalfag-tier "advice" they get from friends, family and "resources" self help articles and counselors. It's like the advice-givers only care about making themselves look and feel good with the advice they give.
Maybe they need to start thinking "Oh shit, this guy's got a problem, I better actually help him get laid or get a job or whatever he needs or he'll actually kill himself AND people will say it's my fault! It was my own choice, which I took after realising that I am not suited for life.
Of course, this is not the truth. The truth is that I am schozoaffective and cannot stand the desire for death, the anhedonia, and the random bursts of rage and anger, where I can see my pupils change from pinpricks to fucking massive circles and back.
My heart beats far too loudly, and I hate it. I hear voices, but I know that they aren't real if that makes sense. They come from inside my head. I can't physically hear them. Sometimes they laugh at me.
Mostly they tell me what to do. It doesn't matter if your arm fails and you don't gain muscle. I think I need help, but I know I have to bottle it up. I am a man.Independent research on suicide notes (O’Connor, Sheeby, & O’Connor, ), investigation of suicidal Internet writing (Barak & Miran, ), and biographical studies of suicides (Lester, ) have supported the utility of the approach to note or any narrative analysis.
Quotes tagged as "suicide-note" (showing of 26) “Its so hard to talk when you want to kill yourself. That's above and beyond everything else, and it's not a mental complaint-it's a physical thing, like it's physically hard to open your .
Abuse or "tough love" including any guilt-tripping like "suicide is selfish" or "think of your loved ones". Pro-Suicide Posts or Comments, or any explicit discussion of suicide methods; Religious proselytizing; Trolling or incitement to suicide or any type of self-harm or violence; Anything that's not a direct, personal, supportive response to the OP.
A suicide note is a note left by one who has committed suicide. It usually, but not always, contains the reason(s) for killing oneself. It usually, but not always, contains the reason(s) for killing oneself. One possible approach to writing a suicide note is that it should help survivors through the stages of grief.
Using the 4 stages to determine different sections of the note can help in its organization. The amount of attention devoted to each stage depends upon the specific circumstances of your suicide. ) Why. Just because you’re writing a suicide note doesn’t mean you can’t have a sense of humor about it.
Incorporate a joke or witty remark into your note. Here is one I might go for: Guideline # 3: Be cool about it. How awesome would it be to know that even though you ended your life, you could still be really smooth about it.