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Feedback on article: Suicide ethods. Suicide without rose-colored spectacles . : Michael Khasminski, crisis psychologist, Peter Rozymni, expert in forensic medicine
Thank you for writing this article.

Anna , age: 28 / 04.08.2012


Feedback on article: Suicide ethods. Suicide without rose-colored spectacles . : Michael Khasminski, crisis psychologist, Peter Rozymni, expert in forensic medicine
@ Iga: minimum fuss? you gotta be kidding me. My cousin committed suicide with very little "fuss," he just jumped out of the
window on the 9th floor. The pain to the whole family was ENORMOUS, his mother and sister have almost gone crazy. the
grandfather was speechless, he is still alive and his 20 y.o. gradson refused the gift of life. So in my opinion, there's no
way to do it without much "fuss."

Letika , age: 26 / 21.04.2012


Feedback on article: Suicide ethods. Suicide without rose-colored spectacles . : Michael Khasminski, crisis psychologist, Peter Rozymni, expert in forensic medicine
I think I still want to commit suicide. The pain is just too much.

I'd just like to do it with minimum fuss to the people around.

Iga , age: 31 / 20.04.2012


Feedback on article: Suicide ethods. Suicide without rose-colored spectacles . : Michael Khasminski, crisis psychologist, Peter Rozymni, expert in forensic medicine
the only argument I would make is this, yes there are ways of killing yourself painlessly but none of those I have tried is
guaranteed to work, and if one survives, then one has probably created lots of physical medical problems for oneself. One
last thing, don't think you can prevent a suicide, if the person has that serious intent, they will be upbeat with friends
and family,tell them they are feeling fine and how wonderful things are going to be, why? so that no-one can talk them out
of it, and so they have time to dies without being discovered before they have, been there done that.

graham , age: 50's / 22.02.2012


Feedback on article: Suicide ethods. Suicide without rose-colored spectacles . : Michael Khasminski, crisis psychologist, Peter Rozymni, expert in forensic medicine
POWERFUL, VERY POWERFUL INFORMATION, BUT HOW DOES ONE STOP THE PAIN, AND THE WANTING TO ESCAPE FROM THE PAIN?

DEBRA , age: 55 / 26.01.2012


Feedback on article: Suicide ethods. Suicide without rose-colored spectacles .
Well well well, I wish I read this many years ago and wouldn't end up in a hospital and been asked over and over and over and denied that I wanted to end my life. I'm a very sensitive creature and your way of putting it together honestly did the trick----I'm disgusted and want to live now hahaahahahahahahahha its like choosing what is more disgusting your article or the life around me. No one has ever convinced me in such way. Bravo doc :) You are a true doctor.

Dorota Laskowska , age: 31 / 18.10.2010


Feedback on article: Suicide ethods. Suicide without rose-colored spectacles . Author: Michael Khasminski, crisis psychologist, Peter Rozymni, expert in forensic medicine
Simply awesome. All my fantasies of committing suicide have vanished. I'm indebted to you. I don't want my body to be turned into a mess when I'm gone!

Riya , age: 24 / 14.09.2008


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