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EmperorPalpatine
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Is it ever acceptable?
Is it cowardice or a cry for help?
Some cultures accepted it as something of honor (namely the Japanese military in WWII). Others condemned it (namely the ancient Spartans).
Share your thoughts and opinions here.

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grimml
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As it should be as i belong to a different life and morality,not to mention our age and generation difference.

Sorry akqpars, but I don't get it either. You have to rephrase your point. It has nothing to with age difference but I just simply don't understand what you're trying to say...
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As it should be as i belong to a different life and morality,not to mention our age and generation difference.

That's not the problem, like grimml said. You just need to write more clearly.

But to them whom commits it, we should ask their experience.

How so? Someone who commits suicide is dead.. do you believe in people coming back from death? They have willingly ended their life instead of letting it end, why should they want to come back?
Jefferysinspiration
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Well gosh, reading through this since my last post gave me such a chuckle.

Suicide is not acceptable no matter what. It doesnt matter what your going through because if you comit suicide thats a one way ticket to hell. Suicide isnt the answer. I mean like if your being abused, get help. There will always be someone to comfort you no matter your situation. I dont now thats what i think.


You haven't experienced what they have felt, so really you should have no say on if it's acceptable. Wait until it comes to your door - you'll change your tune very quickly.

But to them whom commits it, we should ask their experience.

How so? Someone who commits suicide is dead.. do you believe in people coming back from death? They have willingly ended their life instead of letting it end, why should they want to come back?


As i said, gave me lulz.
akqpars
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I just simply don't understand what you're trying to say...

That is the point for me already. Its better this way than yourself comprehending some part of the sentence and construed it to another form.

How so? Someone who commits suicide is dead..

Exactly. We will never know for sure. Lets die and talk later on about it.
EmperorPalpatine
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But to them whom commits it, we should ask their experience.

Conducted any good seances lately?
Jefferysinspiration
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Exactly. We will never know for sure. Lets die and talk later on about it.


I'm guessing not everyone on the site believes we'll end up in the same place after death.

Plus, suicide is one of those things, not everyone has to accept it but everyone has to understand it. It's scarily happening more and more in our society and we're progressed so these things shouldn't be hushed up.

The age for kids committing suicide here is unreal, i've heard stories of ten year olds do it. Now people saying it's rubbish that kids do it - how the hell can a ten year old deal with an insane amount of pressure?
EmperorPalpatine
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The age for kids committing suicide here is unreal, i've heard stories of ten year olds do it. Now people saying it's rubbish that kids do it - how the hell can a ten year old deal with an insane amount of pressure?


I agree, that is waaaay too young to even consider suicide. Usually kids are better at letting go of depression than adults: they might sob for a few minutes, then get bored of sobbing and go play. They should know to find an adult for help. But I can understand that there are some whose parents are abusive and cause a general distrust of adults.
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Usually kids are better at letting go of depression than adults: they might sob for a few minutes, then get bored of sobbing and go play


What you're referring too sounds more like kids being upset rather than actual depression.

A lot of people gloss over the fact young children genuinely feel a deep depression, it's sad to think that we lose so many kids to this because depression is "teenage angst" It's so much more than that.
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Kids who suicides are nothing but cowards. People went trough far worst then them but never let go of life.

dair5
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But kids need to feel like they're cared about. If they feel hated everyday then thay're bound to be depressed.

Jefferysinspiration
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Kids who suicides are nothing but cowards. People went trough far worst then them but never let go of life.


How would you know their circumstances?
What if they were horrifically sexually, physically and emotionally abused all their lives? If they were outcast and bullied in school and literally felt alone. If they'd watched family members die.

You wouldn't know.
akqpars
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I tend to jump from high places when i look down. I wonder what makes me feel like that.

Jefferysinspiration
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I tend to jump from high places when i look down. I wonder what makes me feel like that.


What do you mean?
akqpars
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What do you mean?

I can't lean and look down from an opened window for example. The more i look, the more i am to be a goner.
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I can't lean and look down from an opened window for example. The more i look, the more i am to be a goner.


That sounds more like a fear of heights.
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