'Ik wil dood' is een geliefde zoekterm op Google


'Ik wil dood' versus 'drang naar overleven'

Een van de populaire zoektermen op Google is: 'Ik wil dood'. Heel triest natuurlijk, als je bedenkt dat (over)leven eigenlijk een automatische wens is van een levend wezen. Of je het nu bekijkt vanuit een religieus of spiritueel standpunt, of vanuit een wetenschappelijke, evolutionistische achtergrond: 'Ik wil dood' druist tegen alle logica in.

Toch zijn er veel mensen, die (eenmalig of regelmatig) serieus denken aan zelfmoord. Mensen met een psychische nood, die geen andere uitweg meer zien, bijvoorbeeld. 

Erover praten kan niet, want het onderwerp is taboe. Half uitvoeren kan niet, want dat is te egoïstisch, teveel aandachttrekkerij, of een extra sterke vorm van falen. Als je het serieus wilt, moet je dus een methode kiezen met 100% slagingskans.

Aandacht en erkenning als wapens in de strijd tegen ‘Ik wil dood’

Tips in dat verband vind je voldoende op internet, langs de digitale snelweg, als je de juiste zoekwoorden intypt. 'Ik wil dood' laat aan duidelijkheid niets te wensen over. 

Het is echter de vraag wat er zou gebeuren, als iemand ineens aandacht aan je besteedt. Als iemand naar je begint te luisteren, begrip toont en je probeert te helpen... Zou dat verschil maken? Zou je doodswens daarmee ten leven omgekeerd kunnen worden?

Ik geloof, dat een simpele aanraking, een enkel begripvol woord, het verschil kan maken tussen leven en dood. Zolang een mens nog leeft, is er die innerlijke drang om te overleven. Tot het uiterste zal iedere kans worden aangegrepen.

En dat kan heel simpel door een korte reactie als iemand iets op internet schrijft. Of als iemand een mens in (psychische) nood ziet en een praatje begint te maken; of hem of haar kort - niet kortaf! - groet. Het zijn nog steeds de kleine dingen die het doen. Medemenselijkheid is een groot goed, ook al verhardt de maatschappij nog zo snel.

Lichtpuntjes in het duister herkennen

Juist als je in het donker zit, als je leven gevuld is met bewolking en depressie, verschijnen er vaak kleine tekenen aan de horizon. Het is moeilijk om ze dan te onderscheiden, maar toch… Als je deze lichtpuntjes in het duister herkent, kunnen ze veel effect hebben.

Natuurlijk is geen mens altijd positief of beheerst alles. Maar het is wel belangrijk dat je de lichtpuntjes herkent en onderkent, zelfs al ga je door een nog zo duister dal.

Het lijkt makkelijk praten, maar uit ervaring weet ik dat het zo is. Er is wèrkelijk één Licht dat de duisternis overwonnen heeft. Dat Licht straalt vanaf de troon van God naar jou uit. Als je dat Licht in je verduisterde hart toelaat, zal God Zijn glimlach aan je laten zien. Hij geeft je rust, al ben je heel vermoeid en belast. Zijn Licht daagt voor jou en biedt jou hoop op een vernieuwde levenskracht.

'Ik wil dood' is begrijpelijk, maar toch niet goed

'Ik wil dood' is op zichzelf een begrijpelijke wens, als je in ernstige, diepe psychische problemen zit. Die wens alleen biedt je nog altijd kansen op een mooie toekomst. De daad zelf is echter een definitieve keuze. Je ontneemt jezelf hiermee voorgoed de kans op herstel.

Kristen Anderson kan hierover meepraten. Zij schreef een boek over onverwachte lichtpuntjes in het duister van haar leven. Ik schreef een recensie over ‘Reden om te leven’.

En daarom - hoe moeilijk dat standpunt soms ook in te nemen is - is en blijft zelfmoord toch in het verdoemhoekje zitten. Niet in de zin van taboe, niet over praten. Wel in de zin van een hopeloze verlorenheid in de eeuwigheid na dit leven.

Beste lezer, ik gun iedereen van harte geluk en een hoopvolle toekomst. Dat is ook de reden om je deze keuze voor te leggen, als je in nood zit. De keuze is ten diepste het antwoord op de vraag: 'ben je voor of tegen God?'

Wil je jouw hart voor Hem openstellen? Wil jij je bekeren en vergeving vragen van je zonden? Als je dat doet, zal God je niet alleen laten. Hij zal je helpen om uit het dal te komen waar jij nu (klaarblijkelijk) in zit.

 


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