Suicide. Have you thought about it?

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  • #759588
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    Wally
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    I have thought about it, my family had a genetic disease where 25 % of the people kill themselves, so naturally I Would consider it. Thought of many ways to off my self and was creative about it.

    During my testing my Doctor said when I came back for my results and I tested positive I was immediately to go next door for counseling because so many people would leave after their results at facilities and kill themselves, I had to agree to this. Luckily for me I didn’t have the disease that took my Dad and Grandfather. I see life as precious now and want to enjoy it as much as possible. Would I have done it if I tested positive? I don’t know but I understand why people do it, the despair, the helplessness.

    "what a waste of a life, to marry, give up your freedom, just for the hope of not dying alone. Don't get married Son."

    #759601
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    JB Books
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    If you have depression or a substance issue, there’s help. Pay what child support you’re able and do what you reasonably can to maintain some degree of contact with your kids. Email and social media might work. Then, it’s ok as a mghow to focus on yourself. And give yourself a break, you’re doing the best you can. In time, you might gain a comforting degree of serenity.

    We just don't realize life's most significant while they're happening. Back then, I thought, "Well, there'll be other days". I didn't realize that that was the only day. - "Moonlight" Graham

    #759607
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    Crankganker
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    I have thought of suicide. Quite recently actually, not wanting to commit it but just thinking about the act itself, and I have come to the conclusion that I want to die by suicide.

    I don’t have any intention of doing so any time soon but we all have to die at some point, there is no escape, and if I am going to die then it is going to be on my terms.

    I plan to go out with a bang, martyr myself for a cause, but I still have a lot to do before that day comes.

    You want to make me angry? I will take a bite out of that anger and shit out success.

    #759608
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    Anonymous
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    Is it worth living out being a massive humiliating slave to the state system?.. and you don’t hardly even get to see your kids as their mother trains them to hate you. Everyday is a barrage of insults in the media to you as a single father. Your rights and freedoms are threatened everyday by femiNazis. No wonder suicide is so common and doesn’t seem so bad after all.

    Eat an apple, call your Dr in the morning for med refills…..Savvy?

    #759610
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    Anonymous
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    DBD are you suggesting we should just kill ourselves?

    My dad did that. I have a son.

    Absolutely Not! But it seems we have minimal options in this gynocentric society trap.

    We act in defiance. We walk away. Take our focus on the females and live our lives our way.
    Suicide is allowing them to win. That is giving many feminists what they truly want. Less men.

    Live – to the fullest. It’s the greatest insult we can lay at them.

    Look weemins – us men are QUITE happy. Without you.

    There ya go Doc. *1

    #759612
    Doc
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    Thankyou General.

    The object of life is not to be on the side of the majority, but to escape, finding oneself in the ranks of the insane. Marcus Aurelius

    #759630
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    MarketWatcher
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    We will all die soon enough. No need to expedite the process.

    #759633
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    Nerevar
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    So thats gonna be your kids memory of you?

    You need to think more long term.

    Some day theyll be Adults.

    Um, Okay. They’re the next generation of man hating feminists.

    Not personal, but here goes: STOP STARTING A SENTENCE WITH THOSE WORDS, YOU UTTER F~~~S. Only wimminz and limp-wristed gays and manginas start a sentence with “um, okay”.

    "One of the best things internet exposed is just how insane women are." - Freeman_K

    #759660
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    JustAnotherGuy
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    Is it worth living out being a massive humiliating slave to the state system?.. and you don’t hardly even get to see your kids as their mother trains them to hate you. Everyday is a barrage of insults in the media to you as a single father. Your rights and freedoms are threatened everyday by femiNazis. No wonder suicide is so common and doesn’t seem so bad after all.

    I think all dads who end up divorced contemplate suicide. Think about it.

    We are groomed from a very early age and conditioned to think like our identity is our utility, our ability to provide and care for the family. We no longer have male spaces to share intergenerational male knowledge and experience, as all such spaces have either been invaded by rabid feminists or shut down by rabid feminists. If you want to spend time with your male friends, you are shamed for it as either being gay or pathetic.

    Every aspect of life in the west is infected by the collectivist feminist mentality and, unlike the women who feign that they’re programmed to behave a specific way, men actually are. Our “worst” (least desirable and immedaitely productive) behaviors are drugged out. We are treated like defective girls at every stage of compulsory education. We are discriminated against in every aspect of western life from college to employment because male privilege.

    But you tough it out anyway. You get some semblance of a degree and have a job where you feel like you’re being productive and doing something. You have that aspect locked down and you get what you are told is a good woman. You start a family. You now have the identity you were groomed from elementary school to pursue.

    And then the bitch cheats on you. They hammered into your head that women don’t and can’t cheat. But she did. She broke the rules but you’re not allowed to say that. And not only that, she was empowered and allowed to do that, and everyone blames you, the victim, for it. They form a tribunal to pillage everything about your life. Through your conditioned helplessness, you probably barely fight back. You’re reeling from your life being destroyed and hurting too badly to really get a grip on what’s happening in court, and it all happens fast.

    Suddenly that little corner that you’d managed to hobble together, despite everything working against you, has been raided and reduced to cinders. You have nothing left. Whatever meager pleasures you’d put together you either lost in court or had to sell to cover expenses because f~~~ it if you, a man, are going to get any financial assistance.

    Why wouldn’t a man contemplate suicide?

    But remember, we’re men and we play the long game. Men can rebuild their lives in the face of adversity. I lost a lot in my divorce and I got saddled with crippling debt. It was initially humiliating that I had to rent a spare room from my parents’ house because the child support, insurance, and child care that I was legally obligated to pay, on top of the debt I got, meant I couldn’t afford an apartment anywhere near my job. I retreated inside myself for awhile and studied biology and history to try and make sense of everything. I felt less miserable about my temporary living arrangements when I noticed that this concept of “moving out” is unique to the US its ideas of western expansion. In most of the rest of the world, several generations lived under a single roof, and the extended family provided both a support structure to young parents and something to do for bored grandparents. And I can always make more money. I have security clearance and a valuable skill set (no I’m not a hitman).

    Time is your ally. A man can do what a woman cannot–you can rebuild. In fifteen years, when you can actually have an honest conversation with your kids and they can see the terrible human being your ex-wife is, the tables will turn.

    I contemplated suicide. At first, it was consuming. I made such plans in my mind. What pulled me out of it was the thought of leaving my kid alone with that woman. I can’t legally prove what a terrible waste of a human she is, but if my kid grows up around her, he’ll see it, and I don’t have to do a damn thing. My revenge will be her seeing her own kid grow to hate her, by her own hand. My revenge will be my kid having direct access to the wealth and potential I’m going to build. My revenge will be my kid seeing the difference in the quality of life between mommy, who shacked up with a deli clerk to poop out more kids, and daddy, who refocused on his career and did what he wanted.

    My revenge will be softly red-pilling my kid against the cancer that poisoned my brain so that he won’t make the same mistakes I did.

    Cupcakes are Cold. MGTOW is Absolute Zero.
    “Let us wait a little; when your enemy is executing a false movement, never interrupt him” –Napoleon Bonaparte, 1805

    #759681
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    Faust For Science
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    “Suicide. Have you thought about it?”

    If you have not, with the dangers in this day and age, then you are not sane.

    It is always wise to have an exit plan.

    #759690
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    Ranger One
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    “Suicide. Have you thought about it?”

    If you have not, with the dangers in this day and age, then you are not sane.

    It is always wise to have an exit plan.

    Not serious for over 25 years.

    If things go to s~~~, my exit plan will be dying with the hacked off limbs and dead bodies of my enemies piled around me.

    All my life I've had doubts about who I am, where I belonged. Now I'm like the arrow that springs from the bow. No hesitation, no doubts. The path is clear. And what are you? Alive. Everything else is negotiable. Women have rights; men have responsibilities; MGTOW have freedom. Marriage is for chumps. If someone stands in the way of true justice, you simply walk up behind them and stab them in the heart-R'as al Ghul.

    #759707
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    Faust For Science
    Faust For Science
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    18879

    “Suicide. Have you thought about it?”

    If you have not, with the dangers in this day and age, then you are not sane.

    It is always wise to have an exit plan.

    Not serious for over 25 years.

    If things go to s~~~, my exit plan will be dying with the hacked off limbs and dead bodies of my enemies piled around me.

    But what happens when you are down to one bullet. You do not want to be taken alive.

    #759735
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    It'sallbs
    It’sallbs
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    I have when out of work because it gets to you after a while.

    Usually I say f~~~ it have a day off from replying to ads I’m qualified for by many years experience and never getting a response and hr bulls~~~ etc and go for a walk in the countryside, which I did this morning.

    Helps me forget about it for a couple of hours plus exercise is good for the mood as well.

    http://www.leavemeansleave.eu

    #759743
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    Hermit
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    Once when I was very young and stupid. Once when I felt hopelessly trapped in a horrible marriage. Man, would she have had a mess to clean up the next day.

    Glad I didn’t do it. As others have said, you never know what tomorrow will bring and the problems have always gone away eventually and things have always become better.

    Life is already very short as it is and death will come for us soon enough.

    The evil in women’s hearts leaves them no moral bounds as to inhibit them from descending to the lowest levels of darkness to acquire their self entitled desires.

    #759799
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    Rumpole
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    I thought about suicide when I was in the Navy. Like Peter Gibbons in “Office Space,” I hated my job. It was, as he put it, “Every day I’m at work is the worst day of my life.” It was an episode of depression that lasted four years.

    #759909
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    KevinStyles
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    2573

    No… because that means THEY win. F~~~ that.

    #759914
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    Removed
    Removed
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    I think about this often. However, I know that my ex is angered by every day that I live. She is very angry that she did not get alimony, nor did she win any of her false abuse claims against me. The truth came out, and that made her bitter. Now, I have a house, car, stable income, and I continue on day to day.

    #760244
    Blood Axe
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    I’m not going to do it until I’m terminally ill, and dieing anyway. I’ve thought about it a lot, and now I can laugh at it. Picture me holding a big metal pole up in the front yard during a lightning storm. If the 800,000 giga Watts don’t kill me maybe it will blast me back to the future. What would the neighbors think lol. Move to the woods and live. Let nature dictate your death.

    Back off Barbie!

    #763616
    J M S
    J M S
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    12

    Hi guys, I want to start a Hashtag on false rape accusations before men will be convicted without proof. Don’t suicide, but man up and Look for instances of false rape to start this trend on Twitter. Spread the message: #SheNeither

    #780657
    DBCooper
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    My ex c~~~ actually put it in my brain (before the divorce) by mentioning how her coworkers husband committed suicide after she left him. I didn’t realize until years later how evil this woman really was. Sure, I have thought about. But there was no way in hell I was going to leave my daughter in this world alone with only her disordered mother as a parent. I did what men do. I picked myself up, dusted myself off, and fought. I won shared custody of my daughter. I won my house and dog back. I won financial freedom. My daughter won a father and a good male role model. Instead of seeing me as someone who gave up to the abuse of women, she will always see me as someone who fought for her. The only way we are going to change how women think and act in this world is to raise them. Be a man. Be a father. Don’t try to be a martyr.

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