Zulu asked in HealthMental Health · 1 decade ago

Assisted suicide?

How hard is it to hire a hitman to take me out so it looks like an accident or murder? I really want to commit suicide but don't want to leave my family and friend to be all sad also. I thought about suicide and really clear about going though with it. So don't lay the god loves you crap on me or any religious stuff. If your wondering why just email me and ill tell you why?


As for money I got 5k already to go and saving up some more.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Hey!! Don't worry i'm not going to bother saying anything, i've felt suicidal too and have attempted it (without the aid of a hitman, and as you stated, it feels quite crappy when your family finds out). As far as i know a hitman is hard to find, they don't exactly post advertisements in the paper. And even if you do find them you have to pay them a LOT of money and i'm talking thousands. Anyway, thats all i'm going to say because i don't feel right in assisting suicide - i'm not going to say all the crap you've outline above don't worry, i just don't want any blood on my hands...

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  • 1 decade ago

    First of all you should see a psychiatrist to ensure you are not depressed. This is treatable. You say you are sad so you should definitely rule out depression. I have seen cases of non-depressed (at least not fitting the diagnosis for depression) patients wanting to commit suicide (I'm talking about terminal or completely paralyzed patients, or psychotic patients), and in some cases I have even felt sympathetic to their plea. But euthanasia is not legal, so you will have to live with whatever you have. Be it suicide, accident or murder, your family will always be sad if you die. Depending on where you live, hiring a hitman even if it is to kill yourself is a crime, so should he miss you would end up in jail.

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  • You should always live, if only for curiousity's sake. If you feel that you don't want to participate in life then just be an observer for a while. It helps me and eventually you will want to engage with life again and then you will be glad that you didn't end your life. Suicide is a permanent solution to temporary problems. If you get through this then you will realise that you are strong enough to withstand whatever life throws at you.

    Source(s): Me.
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  • 1 decade ago

    Your life is in danger. Get help.

    USA National Suicide Hotlines

    Toll-Free / 24 hours / 7 days a week


    1-800-784-2433 1-800-273-TALK


    they won´t trace you.

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  • 1 decade ago

    If you want to commit suicide, then you have to accept the consequences of your actions, which include the pain and suffering of loved ones left behind.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    People who are serious about suicide do not spend hours contemplating it or writing in to get other people opinions on hitmen.

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  • 1 decade ago

    do not do it as long as there is life there is hope

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  • 1 decade ago


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