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niiina

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My chosen way to go is partial hanging but first I’d like to know from people who tried it before: what failed or what made you fail using this method?
 
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the knot loop is the hardest part to make sure you have the rope tied tightly or else it is not gonna work dude
also if you are doing it from the ceiling make sure it can hold your weight so you do not fall over
 
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grp35

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I practiced it and lost consciousness for 1.5 minutes. Now I have brain damage. If you’re going to do it, then make sure you don’t let yourself black out. 15 seconds max! I didn’t think I could be more miserable than I was but now here I am :-/
 
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The rope untied. It was a faux silk robe tie.
 
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Wait-Bus

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My chosen way to go is partial hanging but first I’d like to know from people who tried it before: what failed or what made you fail using this method?
I tried a full suspension hanging when I was a teenager, and found myself hanging freely once I walked off a stool. The reason I survived was that I used towels tied together and the knot slipped. It was an early not thought out attempt.

Since my chosen way now is partial suspension, I would be certain that the knots and loops are solid and tied well to a beam or really strong support.
 
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SadPsych

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Can't find the right arteries to compress. anything I used just made my head feel like it was going to explode. But right now I wouldn't mind my head exploding
 
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Worndown

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I tried a full suspension hanging when I was a teenager, and found myself hanging freely once I walked off a stool. The reason I survived was that I used towels tied together and the knot slipped. It was an early not thought out attempt.

Since my chosen way now is partial suspension, I would be certain that the knots and loops are solid and tied well to a beam or really strong support.
I am sorry your first try failed. You should only need to do it once. Plan partial carefully. There are a lot of ways it can fail. Best of luck!
 
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Wait-Bus

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I am sorry your first try failed. You should only need to do it once. Plan partial carefully. There are a lot of ways it can fail. Best of luck!
Thank you for your comment. I have planned it carefully. But no one knows what your body will do when its deprived of oxygen.
 
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No, but try to anticipate a little thrashing/ wiggling as the body does its thing. I hear reports of that knocking people loose and then they wake up on the floor. Full or partial, make sure everything can hold your weight with some motion factored in.