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A Chosen Death There are many promising plans to kill yourself but they dont always factor in the feelings of the person that are carrying them out I think it is very important that the person himherself is taken into careful consideration because any promising plan can be disrupted by fear uncertainty or just self-deception There are many reason why people suicide such as 1sick and dying anyway and want an easy way out that doesnt involve a lot of mobility 2depressed plus can not find the motivation to go on with life 3disgusted with life and want a way out that is not too painful messy or likely to fail 4want to die for disgraceful secrets and are afraid of being discovered or seen as a coward 5want revenge on some society group or person and wish to use their death as a way of achieving this 6want to become an enigma I believe there are many delicate plans that can satisfy all of these conditions and desires but some combinations may be quite difficult to achieve for themsuch as one who is depressed and lacking in energy and yet wants to go out in a way that would take some work Its pretty easy to kill yourself if you truly want to The main elements are access efficiency speed and painlessness Access can be a problem for those who has phsical disablity efficiency will be hard for those who can extinguish the difference between real world or fictions speed alters the next element painlessness is important to most of the people mainly not to suffer to much The other important area of suicide guiding is proper preparation Too often this is neglected when in fact things like cardboard coffins are only available for those who want to go low-cost When you are thinking about death the fear of pain is a huge factor that might change the result We ofter dont want
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