Is Suicide Ever the Answer?

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Post by Monii » 23 Dec 2018, 02:10

No sucide is just the answer to show that I am Right.....I think we prove ourselves Right only by do work not sucide.....

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Post by Amondialice » 24 Dec 2018, 06:37

Suicide......is showing YOUR GIVING UP..AND BEING COWARD.when u commit suicide you will hurt yourself and your family.solving the problem is not killing your self but finding away to solve it.

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Post by Sadick123 » 24 Dec 2018, 12:33

committing suicide is never an answer,all one needs to do is pray n work hard. With time all will be well .

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Post by Daadhia Dree » 25 Dec 2018, 07:28

Suicide!. Killing oneself might cause temporary pain for that person but will leave a permanent scar on the people who love them. The way to escape responsibilities can never be ending ones life. Everyone has a purpose and he/she was not created to die in vain. Life is hard, but what makes it is your effort to keep it together.
Nobody is capable of taking these decisions by themselves. Suicide or self harm cannot diminish anything. The will to live and face challenges is what makes people successful. To stand out and be successful always believe in YOU.

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Post by catladylover » 27 Dec 2018, 01:04

Amagine wrote:
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I absolutely do not think that suicide is ever the right answer. Fortunately, I don't know anyone who attempted or committed suicide.
Suicide is never the answer, unfortunately, I have known people that I have passed away as a result of that choice. I wish there was more help for people who suffer from severe metal health issues and see this as their only choice they have out.

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Post by Thule+3 » 27 Dec 2018, 09:11

I don't think suicide is the answer ithink talking is the answer .I know some one who committed suicide my younger brother.we still hearted by the decision he took

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Post by Thule+3 » 27 Dec 2018, 09:15

I don't think suicide is the answer ithink talking is the answer .I know some one who committed suicide my younger brother.we still hearted by the decision he took

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Post by Varsha08 » 27 Dec 2018, 21:52

Yes.. suicide is never an option. But we cannot ignore the type of circumstances a person might be in, while they attempt it. They are definitely not in a state of mind to decide or judge the situation practically, or else their suicidal instincts might never have arrived.
I feel that they should take advice from people they can dwell into, and try to make things happen, it will take time, but time never stays the same...☺️

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Post by Storm+ » 28 Dec 2018, 12:52

Suicide would never be a solution for me. However, in my experience, the moral implications of suicide, whether they be negative or positive, has never had any real bearing on the thoughts and feelings of people trying to commit suicide. Personally, I do not feel that I- or any other person who has not been suicidal- have the authority to deem suicide as morally right or wrong. Obviously, I don't want people to go out and commit suicide, but, quite frankly, I do not think that remaining close-minded and proclaiming the action as "wrong" or "selfish" is going to help anyone.

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Post by Don Daurcy » 31 Dec 2018, 04:15

Suicide is just a normal death , we don't know why they do this but they see there's no solutions for them

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Post by Cyril Victor » 31 Dec 2018, 06:06

Suicide is an easy way out of pain for weak people

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Post by Ehartl » 31 Dec 2018, 12:46

Suicide is never the “right” thing to do, especially when that idea comes from temporary issues. Thoughts of suicide come out of desperation, and desperation is a hard feeling to fight. I feel for those experiencing those feelings, but there is always a solution.

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Post by Abukari Abdul Somed » 01 Jan 2019, 04:22

Only human get problem, this is to show who you are to God. Problem only came to test you by God. You have to deal with the current problems you are facing and that will prepare you for the next one.

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Post by charmicahaquino » 01 Jan 2019, 07:29

suicide is never a solution to any problem. Suicide is a cowardice act of escaping and not dealing with the problem. It is a selfish act without thinking of the consequences of the action

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Post by Mokwecluvett » 01 Jan 2019, 17:53

Suicide is never an answer it's like giving up on challenges, nothing which comes to you is more than you and the is always a way out of every situation.suicide is not an alternative but an expression of your inability to face the challenges of life

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