NoLifeNoPain

NoLifeNoPain

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Why do some users here choose or consider dangerous or even painful methods like jumping into trains, freezing themselves to death, stabbing etc? Just for curiosity, I'm not judging. I mean, if you don't have access to exit bags or deadly chemicals like me you can still make a rope out of anything: towels, shirts, pants, cables whatever and partially hang yourself from something. You just need a day when you know you'll be home alone and your fate is in your hands.
 
Jon86

Jon86

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Trains are easily accessible to a lot of people, I never hear about the freezing, it seems simple enough if your intoxicated, stabbing/slitting ones throat seems impulsive to me. Hanging takes some knowledge and isn't really pleasant either or easy.

Overall, anyone who dies in these manners or who commits suicide in general is determined to die in that moment and that's all it really takes for many methods, a moment of action.

No amount of thinking will kill you, it's the one moment of action that does.
 
NoLifeNoPain

NoLifeNoPain

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There is a guy who also wanted to drown himself and a girl that wanted to use a plastic bag without helium or nitrogen, I don't remember their names.This is madness. Hanging takes no knowledge, a 12 year old kid could do it and it's easy and painless. Of course there is the psychological barrier that inhibits you from doing it, but that's in every method especially in the painful ones. If you feel pain from hanging it's because you didn't apply enough pressure.
 
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NoLifeNoPain

NoLifeNoPain

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Even jumping is better than this bullshit. Some people need to understand the difference between talking about things and actually doing them. When you do them, you feel them, and that's no joke.
 
Jon86

Jon86

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Partial suspension is relatively painless, not full. Partial is hard in the way it's not a momentary decision, you have to actively fight your survival instinct for around 15 secs which may not seem like a lot but it is.

Some of the methods you mentioned are momentary decisions which is what makes them effective.

What is your method? why haven't you exited yet?
 
NoLifeNoPain

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Partial and I didn't ctb yet because I can only do it in the bathroom and there is the risk of being found. When my parents leave the house you won't see me here.
 
Anarchy

Anarchy

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Some people don't want their bodies to be intact, hence the train method. Also, death by train is supposedlu very quick and reliable.
Some people want to watch themselves bleed out. Some people like the violent act of stabbing.
Some people want to freeze to death because they have plenty of time to think between the time they start the attempt and the time they die, and they want to experience the act of thinking whilst knoeing that they will die.
Some people think they deserve to die in as much pain as possible.
Some people like pain.
Some people might like dragged-out methods because they would find it interesting to watch their detioration.
Some people find planning very stressful and don't want to go through the whole process of finding the right thing for hanging, and the right location, and how to tie a knot.
Some people are very anxious and are too worried that they won't tie the know right or that they'll pass out but not die, and be caught.
Some people aren't left home alone, but they could do the train method if they were to pass a train station or tracks when out with theeir family, and their family wouldn't have time to stop them.
Freezing is quite a passive way to die and doesn't require much action so that appeals to many people.
Some people think that painful methods are the most reliable.
Some are already desensitised to pain.
 
Lara Francis

Lara Francis

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Jun 30, 2018
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I could never hang myself.must have been hung in a previous life as i have always hated my neck being touched.After some research here,n would now be my first choice.
 
NoLifeNoPain

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Some people don't want their bodies to be intact, hence the train method. Also, death by train is supposedlu very quick and reliable.
Some people want to watch themselves bleed out. Some people like the violent act of stabbing.
Some people want to freeze to death because they have plenty of time to think between the time they start the attempt and the time they die, and they want to experience the act of thinking whilst knoeing that they will die.
Some people think they deserve to die in as much pain as possible.
Some people like pain.
Some people might like dragged-out methods because they would find it interesting to watch their detioration.
Some people find planning very stressful and don't want to go through the whole process of finding the right thing for hanging, and the right location, and how to tie a knot.
Some people are very anxious and are too worried that they won't tie the know right or that they'll pass out but not die, and be caught.
Some people aren't left home alone, but they could do the train method if they were to pass a train station or tracks when out with theeir family, and their family wouldn't have time to stop them.
Freezing is quite a passive way to die and doesn't require much action so that appeals to many people.
Some people think that painful methods are the most reliable.
Some are already desensitised to pain.
I just don't want these people to suffer, but if that's what they want, ok. It's their body and their soul.
 
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Aponia & Ataraxia

Aponia & Ataraxia

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Nitrogen is the most well-rounded method of this era (2018 & vicinity), this is simply irrefutable:

1. Indefinite shelf life --the equipment will outlive you, regardless of whether or not you use it to end your life.

2. One's human life is in fact going to come to an end: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mortality_salience

3. Painless --"within fractions of a second, you faint, you faint straight away"
4. Subjectively Instantaneous --"within fractions of a second, you faint, you faint straight away"

5. Whether or not you choose to go on living for (x)years, there will come the final specious present when/where you are going to wish you had at least a nitro rig at your disposal

6. All components/equipment are entirely legal to own, and, they draw no attention if stored separate from one another.

7. Cost: (USD, 2018) ~$450

In conclusion: if money is no object (the only real barrier), any human of self-interest owes it to themselves the best dying technologies the era (which they are haphazardly ingrained) has to offer.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Specious_present
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mortality_salience

Perspective (6:11-9:11) :

The Now:

Death is real:

For the purposes of life & death, there exists only: one's own conscious experience & time itself ...all else is emergent phenomena

 
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takeru445

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I think what stops a lot of people from partial hanging and stuff is the amount of people that attempted it and failed. it can be scary for someone to attempt it when they see how close others came to brain damage and whatnot. there are also posts from people who claim it took a lot longer than 15 seconds for them to pass out so that can scare them too
 
NoLifeNoPain

NoLifeNoPain

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Aponia can you not go off topic please? This isn't a thread about philosophy
 
NoLifeNoPain

NoLifeNoPain

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I think what stops a lot of people from partial hanging and stuff is the amount of people that attempted it and failed. it can be scary for someone to attempt it when they see how close others came to brain damage and whatnot. there are also posts from people who claim it took a lot longer than 15 seconds for them to pass out so that can scare them too
It's because they didn't apply 3kg of pressure to close their artery. Usually this happens when you partially hang yourself while sitting. If you close your carotid artery you must faint in seconds, there's no other way.
 
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millefeui

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Pain is temporary, anyways, no matter how bad it can be. Perhaps some people just want to leave their life feeling something. Personally, I am not looking for overly painful methods, but I also don't overthinking this. If it hurts, well, it hurts.
 
NoLifeNoPain

NoLifeNoPain

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You already feel enough negative emotions from your animal brain trying to stop you
 
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