Diesel.

Continuing with my morbid posts as of late — I pose to all of you a question.

Do you think it’s normal for someone with suicidal ideation to alienate the people closest to them?

I can think of reasons which make sense of this type of distancing.

If you alienate everyone you care about then it’s easier to:

  • Justify not having a reason to live.
  • Feel like everything truly is hopeless.
  • Accept the idea that everyone is truly against you.
  • Make it easier to “leave” everyone behind.
  • Etc.

I keep thinking about one reason, specifically, though.

If one can convince oneself that they’re the one alienating everyone they ever cared about — they can alleviate the pain that comes from the truth: everyone’s just not into whether you live or die.

Thoughts?

Urges?

As always, be good to each other.

♥️🎶✌️

8 thoughts on “Diesel.

  1. JCMT
    Yes I believe that I think though that there are some people whose opinion that they truly care about and they don’t want to hurt but it’s difficult for them to express they don’t allow themselves to ackowledge

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      1. Those with little or no experience-can’t comprehend the opportunity that pain brings and that it doesn’t last if one doesn’t resist it-there is a message being given that needs acknowledgment and attention

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