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boc

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How did the note get sent early? What was the originally planned date?

Also, sending to over 200+ entities? How? Why? I don't even think I know 200 people.
 
StateOfMind

StateOfMind

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boc said:
How did the note get sent early? What was the originally planned date?

Also, sending to over 200+ entities? How? Why? I don't even think I know 200 people.
I'm not sure.
Research.
Principle.
 
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RealDamagedLostSoul

RealDamagedLostSoul

once rock bottom, always rock bottom
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Beware of one time bro you got so lucky that they ain't gonna lock you for a long ass time. May I ask how you talked yourself out of it? Did you just say you wanted attention or something similar? I respect you for doing so many goodbye notes (I suppose they aren't copy paste), I'll do the same but I will see if I can make it to 200 haha.
 
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blue_muse

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Waking up to strangers standing around you like you're some sort of project is always reassuring...what an epic fail on their part.
 
Pen>Sword

Pen>Sword

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That must've been a traumatic experience for you. It would suck if someone interrupted my suicide attempt, let alone from a police. Of all people: the police, not some psychiatrist or a social worker.
 
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N2Narcosis

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StateOfMind said:
If I must go down I will not go down quietly.
If you don't mind me saying, I like your attitude.
 
StateOfMind

StateOfMind

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Schöngeist said:
How is this justified then? Is there some law in Austria that allows the police to enter the house of suicidal people in order to "protect them from themselves" or some nonsense like that?
It is impressive how calm you are or at least appear to be.
Apparently there's is a "paragraph 8" that an get you detained when a threat to yourself or others.
When starring in the face of adversity, the best option is to be calm and fearless. Easier said than done, alcohol helps.
 
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And what is your plan for the future?
 
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a.h

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TotallyIsolated said:
How do we as a society help people who are urgently in need of help. I know, let’s send armed thugs to their house and then chain them to a hospital bed until they FEEL BETTER.
It is so wrong to prison people to psych ward for no crime and no sure way to get out. I have read how elderly with terminal disease have ordered Nembutal and police have broked their door and they were locked up to psych ward. And most had it just in case for the final hours or days in case it would be painfull. Other choice is often to die in hunger in hospital.
That has caused people feeling they have to use it before police take it and lock them up.

WHO wrote that it's wrong thing to do to suicidal (which is not crime) and that society has to figure out real ways to help people in need.

I'm quite sure that after being locked up most people won't fail again.