The Way One Commits Suicide

January 1, 2016 at 9:15 PMJan (Musings, Slice Of Life, Soliloquy)

Probably there is a connection between the way one experiences suffering and the choice of method s/he chooses to commit suicide.

Say, may be…

Slitting of one’s wrist is an indicator of wanting to get something troubling out of oneself. The rush of blood is such that it is finding for a way out.

Consuming poison or poisonous material hints at something being indigestible and an attempt to digest something.

Immolation is to feel free from the experience of things exploding within oneself.

Drowning oneself speaks the desire to flow freely and at ease in opposition of the experience of being pushed and pulled.

Jumping off means to escape from something existing with the hope that something, even a fall, is better than standing where one is standing.

Hanging oneself is a reflection of the choke one feels.

Easy accessibility of materials may not be the only reason for the way one chooses to commit suicide. May be.

1 Comment

  1. Daniel Szajdek said,

    Sent you mail.

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