“I want to die “versus “urge to survive.”
One of the popular search terms on Google is, “I want to die.” Very sad, of course, when you consider that (over) life is actually an automatic desire of a living being. Whether you look at it from a religious or spiritual point of view, or from a scientific, evolutionist background: 'I want death' goes against all logic.
Talk about it can not be, because the subject is taboo. It is not possible to carry out half, because that is too selfish, too much attention, or an extra-strong form of failure. So, if you want it seriously, you need to choose a method with 100% probability of success.
Attention and recognition as weapons in the fight against “I want to die”
You'll find plenty of tips on the Internet, along the digital highway, if you type in the right keywords. “I want to die “leaves nothing to be desired in clarity.
Recognize bright spots in the dark
Precisely when sitting in the dark, when your life is filled with cloudiness and depression, small signs often appear on the horizon. It's hard to distinguish them then, but still...If you recognize these bright spots in the dark, they can have a lot of effect.
“I want to die “is understandable, but not good.
“I want to die” is in itself an understandable wish, if you are in serious, deep psychological problems. That wish alone still offers you opportunities for a bright future. However, the act itself is a final choice. You will forever deprive yourself of the chance of recovery.
Kristen Anderson can talk about this. She wrote a book about unexpected bright spots in the dark of her life. I wrote a review about ' Reason to live' .
And that is why - however difficult to take that position sometimes - suicide is still and remains in the damned corner. Not in the sense of taboo, not talking about it. In the sense of a hopeless loss in eternity after this life.
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