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highonlife

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Jul 1, 2018
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Originally dying by laying my head on train crossing tracks was my plan. I've been to these areas three times however there are security systems in place to prevent that sort of thing as well as it being very public places and a threatening warning sign of being fined 1k. The train speeds in my area also only reach up to about 40 mph and it's hard to predict if they'll be at an appropriate speed by the platforms.

My next idea was to walk into traffic on the motorway. I'm afraid of arousing suspicion as it would cause drivers to decelerate... so I'm thinking about going when it's dark. I feel so numb I'm not afraid to do it however since I don't drive and live in a rural area would anyone be able to imagine anything to make this easier?

tl;dr need advice, anything you get that pops up into ur mind that would ensure my plan is a success. Thank u.
 
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creatureoflight

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Jul 27, 2018
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First, you risk ending up in a wheelchair and second, you are possibly destroying another person's life who has nothing to do with you. It's a cruel thing to do to someone else.
They can also put you in jail or into a psych ward for a really, really long time (assuming you can walk afterwards)
 
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musicislife

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Jun 15, 2018
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Originally dying by laying my head on train crossing tracks was my plan. I've been to these areas three times however there are security systems in place to prevent that sort of thing as well as it being very public places and a threatening warning sign of being fined 1k. The train speeds in my area also only reach up to about 40 mph and it's hard to predict if they'll be at an appropriate speed by the platforms.

My next idea was to walk into traffic on the motorway. I'm afraid of arousing suspicion as it would cause drivers to decelerate... so I'm thinking about going when it's dark. I feel so numb I'm not afraid to do it however since I don't drive and live in a rural area would anyone be able to imagine anything to make this easier?

tl;dr need advice, anything you get that pops up into ur mind that would ensure my plan is a success. Thank u.
I can understand where your coming from about walking on a motorway - I’d considered it I’ve seen on the other side of the carriageway once an old guy retired police seargent it turned out bleeding from his head with a crowd round him no cars involved in an accident fortunately looked like he stepped out of the bushes right into traffic not sure if he flipped over a car or if he was just knocked forward to the ground either way he caught the bus

Also seen a guy (suicide) pulled from a dock once the fireman had gold if him on a ladder on the dock and was struggling with him he was clearly either unconscious or dead anyway he died and not a suicide but a murder saw a young girl get stretchered out of a block of flats after she’d beem strangled by her boyfriend the paramedics were doing cpr on her and she was just a bag of beans unresponsive and yep she died !!!
 
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Karenbaker

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Jun 17, 2018
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Originally dying by laying my head on train crossing tracks was my plan. I've been to these areas three times however there are security systems in place to prevent that sort of thing as well as it being very public places and a threatening warning sign of being fined 1k. The train speeds in my area also only reach up to about 40 mph and it's hard to predict if they'll be at an appropriate speed by the platforms.

My next idea was to walk into traffic on the motorway. I'm afraid of arousing suspicion as it would cause drivers to decelerate... so I'm thinking about going when it's dark. I feel so numb I'm not afraid to do it however since I don't drive and live in a rural area would anyone be able to imagine anything to make this easier?

tl;dr need advice, anything you get that pops up into ur mind that would ensure my plan is a success. Thank u.
What security systems are in place to stop one putting ones head on a railway track in intrigued
 
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