(Closed) Would life be worth living to you?

posted 6 years ago in Emotional
Post # 137
1063 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: South Lodge. 2nd of Dec 2017

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WannaBeMrs.B:  I was so pleased to see you had replied ….. 4 days I was panicking.   None of us have no idea what is  around the corner, don’t isolate yourself, go out and live your life, I truly believe your happy ever after is waiting for you.  Life is hard at times, think back to good times, me all is good, I am on a happy part of my life, enjoying ever moment knowing, next week, next year, ten years it can all change in the blink of an eye.  Good luck bee

Post # 138
1376 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: March 2014

I want to echo what one person said about this sort of thinking putting pressure on the partner. I have a serious illness that may kill me young. My husband sometimes talks about suicide if I were to die and it’s so painful to hear. I hate the thought of the world losing him just because we had crappy luck and I got ill at a young age.

Post # 139
393 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2017

Honestly, as a mature (meaning older-lol) recently engaged bee I was unsure (in the past) about whether I’d get married or not. I had a blast pursuing the things in life that made me happy – international travel with friends, golf lessons which led me to meet some additional close girlfriends, volunteering in a variety of charitable organizations, etc. My now Fiance actively pursued me because I was so happy and busy living my life when we met. I am so very thankful we found love but I really was happy “doing me” and I wish more women would do the same.

Don’t give up!

Post # 141
131 posts
Blushing bee

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WannaBeMrs.B:  If you were destined to live life alone, yes, life would be worthy, there is so much out here in this world that so many people have yet to experience and I dont think people realize it. If you cant find someone to love you, you can love others. YOu can inspire others, help others, and motivate others…focus on hobbies turn them into a career, a job, travel alone, live in peace with the world around you. 

You dont need someone to fulfill your life or make life worth living, although it is very nice and godbless those who have found it no disrespect, but there is nothing wrong or negative about living alone or on your own, pursue you and if you can find a way to make yourself happy without a relationship or alone that awesome! you dont need others to make you happy or feel alive, you just need your own happiness your own triggers, addicitons, etc…live for you and if you cant live for those who dont live at all. 

Opinion on suicide, I dont encourage it, but who am I to say you cant kill yourself? I have thought about suicide many times in my past and have come close to it…but then I found things to live for wether it be my fiance, my family, or sister…and if i didnt have them I would look to the outside world and this beautiful planet filled with adventure, life, and oppurtunity. After all there are people in this world who have their lives way worse than others and they still push forward…to me suicide is the easy way out, why not try your own life? if it goes good or bad atleast you have a choice to do something different everyday…

But if you are on your death bed and age 70+ and are disabled or ill or lonely or struggling then yes it should be okay to end your life…only if you want too to stop the pain or struggle…to me that is torture…if you have nothing left and your standing on your last step and sick or dieing a slow death, and if its something you indeed want to pull the plug it should be okay. its your life, your body, your choice.

Personally though, I would perfer to live life no matter how bad it gets and let death come to me.

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