i’m sorry if you mistook me but i have thought before i spoke, ive thought for 7 years, and ive watched others think the same thing, and i still think deciding to live is harder than dying when dealing with depression. i’m not saying suicide is easy in that sense, but no one can deny that it’s an escape from unbearable stress. If life was easier, why would people choose death? You may not agree with the things iv’e said but I don’t think you can say that I’m wrong. I’m simply stating that suicide is a painful and permanent white flag in a long and hard fight. i’m just speaking from my own experience. you can decide not to listen.
I understand where these are coming from but they couldn’t be any more wrong. Take it from someone, one of many, who has been in your place and has come out alive: your body wants to live. It’s not the bravest who die in this battle, it’s the bravest who survive. Although the battle itself takes great courage and everyone who has gone through it is remarkably strong, suicide is an escape. It’s an easy way out of an extremely tough situation. The strength you have shown by keeping yourself alive until now is unbelievable, something you should be proud of. Be well and be thankful.