How to Kill Yourself Painlessly
You have arrived at this page because you want to learn how to kill yourself painlessly.
Suicide is among the leading causes of death today. According to the CDC, in 2019 Suicide was the second leading cause of death for people between the ages 10 and 34, and the fourth leading cause of death between people aged 35 and 44.
Are you in these age ranges and feel hopeless?
Some of the tops ways of committing suicide are by firearms, suffocation, poisoning, cutting, stabbing, and falling/jumping.
There are many methods of killing one's self. None of them are by any means easy.
Many survivors claim that after they had attempted, they wished they hadn't. One example is someone had taken an overdosing amount of pills. After a few minutes they regretted their decision and tried to vomit, but wasn't able. Fortunately they survived, but many suicide techniques do not offer forgiveness once you begin the process.
If you are still serious about learning how to commit suicide without pain keep scrolling...
How to Commit Suicide Painlessly
The idea of committing suicide without pain has come across people's minds all throughout history, including me. I have had the thought while driving many times, "why don't I just swerve into that tree and kill myself." I never did because of a thought that tormented me more than the torment itself. The thought was "what if hell is real and my suffering becomes even worse, but for eternity." This was the reason I never did.
Some of the ways I thought about killing myself without pain and easiest for my family to deal with:
Bullet to the head
Overdoes on pills
Jumping off a tall platform
The Problem With These Methods
They are not truly easy
They are not truly painless
They are not truly clean
They are not the most painless way to kill yourself
There is an alternative solution to these suicide methods
The Alternative Suicide Method
What do you mean die to myself?
The main reason people kill themselves is that they have not yet died to themselves.
You may feel dead inside, but you are not dead.
You are living a life that is not real. It's fake. The majority of your thoughts are fake. They are not truly yours. People think the thoughts they have about themselves are what make them who they are.
This is true
It's True because your thoughts are what drive you.
Your thoughts are what makes you:
Think and feel about yourself
Think and feel about others
Think and feel about the world
Do what you do or don't want to do
Perform the actions you take
It's False because your thoughts aren't always the ONLY truth
The thoughts are not the only truth about:
You are not good enough
You're better off dead
Nobody likes you
You've wrecked it all
Fill in the blank
You might feel that your thoughts are true, but where did you get them?
Are they the only truth?
Are there other alternatives?
These thoughts and feelings are lies. They are not the only truth. They may be one truth in some cases, but not all.
How do I Die to Myself?
You can get set free from yourself by dying to yourself.
You have the option to live for yourself and die for yourself.
You have the option to live for your creator and die to yourself.
I am sure you have thought about heaven and hell.
You may have come to the conclusion that God is not real and those places do not exist.
You may have even thought that they are real but either option would be better than how you are living now, so you might as well hurry up and get to the destination.
One thing you should know.
GOD IS REAL
I have experienced Him myself.
I am a suicide survivor. He set me free and completely changed me and my family's lives.
I attempted suicide several times throughout my life.
I even tried when I was 10 years old by making my own poison and drinking it.
As an adult I always took risks that could have ended in my death.
After developing PTSD from my deployments to Iraq my life started to spiral out of control.
I eventually came to a breaking point.
I learned about heaven and hell and would have killed myself if I didn't believe I would go to Hell.
So I cried out to God and said "I wrecked my life, so you can have it."
I gave my life to Jesus and rededicated myself to Him. I died to myself and gave what I thought was a worthless life, to Jesus.
I didn't notice a change immediately, but by the second and third day, I had this peace that I couldn't explain. All of my troubles seemed to fade away. They were still there, but I had this peace and confidence that everything was going to be okay.
God healed me and my family and now I am okay. I am better than that. Now I am thriving in life. All because I chose to die to myself and give my life back to Jesus.
Have you Ever Said a Prayer like this?
Romans 10:9-10 says " that if you confess with your mouth Jesus as Lord, and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead, you will be saved; for with the heart a person believes, resulting in righteousness, and with the mouth he confesses, resulting in salvation.
Say this prayer with me and find peace just like I did.
God, I believe you exist. I believe You sent your Son Jesus to die on the cross for my sins. I believe He died for me and that He rose from the grave and still lives today.
I wrecked my life, so You can have it. I believe in You and choose to serve You. Please deliver me from the thoughts that haunt me and give me peace. Baptize me in Your Holy Spirit. Please forgive me of my sins and lead me to where You want me to go.
In Jesus' name, Amen.
Now that you said that prayer you can expect your life to change. Go find yourself a Bible and start reading in the book of John. Read the new testament before you read the old testament so it doesn't confuse you. Everything is there for a purpose and will make sense the more you read and grow as a believer in Jesus.
Know that everything will be okay.
God loves you and I love you.
Get ready for an adventure you never thought would be possible...
Suicide Attempt Story
The following video is about a lady that shot herself in the chest and felt her spirit leave her body. She was pulled to a place of complete despair, torment, and pain. Watch the video to see what happened.
Head over to our Deliverance Prayer page to see some various prayers that may help you. We have a suicide prayer that may help you as well. These are time tested prayers that have worked for thousands of people.
You can also go to this blog about suicide to see how certain types of thinking affects your mental health and success. Are you wondering if you will go to heaven after suicide? Go to our article on suicide and hell.
Please be sure to seek help and tell people how you are feeling. There have been many suicide survivors that tried to kill themselves and as soon as they did the action they immediately realized they made the wrong decision. Please don't make that decision.
People care about you.
I care about you.
I created this page to help you.
You can be the light to other peoples darkness.
Choose life and get better so you can be the light to other people.
If you still need to talk with someone please call the national suicide prevention hotline at 800-273-8255.
Prayer for Fear, Anxiety, etc.
If you struggle with fear, anxiety, depression, or any other similar issue, I have a prayer that has helped many people, including me.
Say this only if you said the one above. It will work if you have faith in God. You need to make sure you don't believe the lies the enemy gives you after this. And fill your life with the things of the Lord so the symptoms don't come back and get even worse (I have seen crazy things happen to people because all this is very real). Read Matthew 12:43-45 to learn more.
Jesus, I believe you can do anything. I confess all the fear, anxiety, depression, wanting to die, PTSD, _____( include additional issues here) and I give them all to you.
I take authority in Jesus Christ right now and command all enemies of Christ to leave me right now. All fear, anxiety, depression, suicide, death, PTSD, _____( include additional issues here), leave me right now in the name of my Lord Jesus Christ.
God, please heal and deliver me right now. I believe you can right now.
In Jesus' name, Amen.
If you feel something happening or moving in your body, but haven't felt a "release"/"weight" that lifted off, or something leaves you, then say the prayer again and use your voice in authority, because Jesus gave it to you when you became born again.
Some people feel it and others don't. Don't be concerned if you didn't. Time (a few days) will tell if these things have left you. If not, then say it again. Jesus once prayed for a blind man twice before he was fully better. It may take you a few times.
Please check out the resources on our Christian Blog and find others to further develop your new relationship with Jesus. This is not like your normal religion... This is real Christianity that most of the world has missed. Read the Bible and find true non-hypocrite Christians that know what they are talking about. This is where you will find true change.
Go to our Pray for Me page if you want us to pray for you anonymously.
If you speak English and need to talk with someone right now please call our partner prayer line at: 1-866-273-4444
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Or visit The Crossroads website to submit the prayer request there.
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What support is available for those who have been bereaved by suicide?
If you speak English and need to talk with someone right now you can call our partner prayer line at: 1-866-273-4444
If you want to pray with someone via email please use: firstname.lastname@example.org
Support for individuals who have been bereaved by suicide is crucial during such a challenging time. There are various avenues of assistance available to those in need. One important aspect is the development of a Safety Plan, which outlines proactive steps and identifies potential sources of support during moments of crisis. Creating a Safety Plan involves collaborating with someone close to the individual or a professional involved in their care. This process facilitates open discussions about what to include in the plan, considering past experiences of what has or has not been helpful. Additionally, conversations are centered around the storage and sharing of the plan with trusted individuals.
Another practical measure is to ensure that important contacts and resources are easily accessible. For instance, storing crucial numbers in a phone can provide quick access to supportive friends, family, or helplines. Moreover, there is a wide range of external support available for those who have been bereaved by suicide. This may include professional counseling or therapy services, such as bereavement support groups or grief counseling. These resources offer a safe space for individuals to express their emotions, share experiences, and gain comfort from others who have gone through similar circumstances.
In addition to therapy and counseling, it is important to explore the various avenues of community support. Many organizations specialize in providing assistance specifically to those affected by suicide bereavement. These organizations often offer helplines, online forums, and support groups where individuals can connect with others who have had similar experiences. They provide a compassionate and understanding environment that encourages healing and resilience. Furthermore, these organizations can provide valuable information about additional resources, educational materials, and workshops that may be beneficial.
It is crucial to remember that support can be tailored to individual needs, and different approaches work for different people. Therefore, seeking out primary care providers, mental health professionals, or organizations specializing in suicide bereavement can help identify the most suitable support options. Building a strong support network and having a Safety Plan in place can provide important layers of assistance for those who have been bereaved by suicide.
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