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Lolkillme

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Apr 10, 2021
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Ok what if there was a way to get close to dead but not actually BE dead? I feel like that would be the best option for me. Just take a year off and then go from there. People would understand and you'd be hailed as some sort of hero when you come back, instead of just permanently hurting friends and family. Jobs would see you as "resilient" instead of a mess, and would understand when things might not go perfectly.

Right now it's either this or straight ctb. Instead of being completely gone it'd be like a reset button. Any ideas? Car accident maybe?
 
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Werewolf.

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I have heard of sleep therapy that would last for months. Basically, a doctor would put patients who suffered a mental illness in a medically-induced coma. However, the practice was abandoned as it lead to at least twenty deaths.