1. Tamar avatar

    On Wed, Jan 11, 2012 at 8:22 PM, Tamar said:

    I think of it. But it isn't a comfort. Somehow, there is always a light somewhere out there. It's just a matter of looking for it.

  2. kornfaerie avatar

    On Fri, Dec 30, 2011 at 4:02 PM, kornfaerie said:

    I have had some very dark times in life and have been very close to the edge. I realise that although i can see how it can be comforting to know you can do that and the pain stops, unfortunately it would just begin for your family. Nothing could ever take that pain from them. I truly believe that korn have on many occasions saved me from myself. At my darkest, lowest point they released tour dates back in 2005 i thought i had missed them which just added to my misery but then found tickets for Manchester on ebay. that brought me back. Every time i feel low or stressed pained anything like that i put korn on and they take my pain. I don't think they could ever realise just how they save us. It fasinates me that so many songs i relate too like they could have been written for me. I love korn deeply.

  3. KnifeMaster avatar

    On Tue, Nov 22, 2011 at 7:15 PM, KnifeMaster said:

    Nope. No matter what is happening in your life you can't say that it will never get better. We can't see the future. Let's hypothetically say I was having a really hard time a few years ago. Let's say I felt worthless and as though I had no purpose here. Now let's say that I decided to make things easier on myself and just off myself. Sure, it would appear to solve all of your problems at the moment. But if you look ahead in the future (which is now the present) you can see that I am in college working towards figuring out what I want to do in my life. I am extremely happy with how things are going. A few months ago I met the sweetest, most genuine, inspiring, talented, loving, passionate, hard working person I've ever known. And if I had ended things at my hypothetical hard time, I wouldn't have any of this. It's easy to say that in times of extreme hardship that ending it all will make things better. But in reality ending your life ensures that things will never get better.

  4. Xusi avatar

    On Tue, Nov 15, 2011 at 12:06 PM, Xusi said:

    Unfortunately (X)

  5. TwistedTsinga avatar

    On Mon, Nov 14, 2011 at 1:18 AM, TwistedTsinga said:

    *raises hand* Ahhhh.....Yes, I Do. In Fact It's A Very Frequent Thought I Have In My Head.

  6. Josie avatar

    On Sun, Nov 13, 2011 at 8:31 PM, Josie said:

    No...not at all! My father committed suicide and I can't think of a more selfish act than suicide. I was 3 when he shot himself. I never knew him and I really wish I did...I hated him for a long time for taking away my ability to know and remember my father. I still have issues with it today and still wish he hadn't thought of suicide as a "way out". It's a permanent solution to a temporary problem.

  7. Tammie avatar

    On Sun, Nov 13, 2011 at 7:59 PM, Tammie said:

    Yes. I was in a bad place for a couple of years but recently things, all of a sudden, got better.