Whatever problems you might have, suicide isnt going to solve it. Go find help, go find someone to talk to, but DONT do something like that.
If you think you are solving your problems by pulling your own plug, think of the problems you are creating for many more people you leave behind.
Kari Huus writes on msnbc.com that the Japanese, who have one of the highest suicide rates in the world, are forming suicide pacts on the internet. On
Sunday, the bodies of four young Japanese men were found in a car, and evidence that they'd all agreed to kill themselves together was found on their
computers. These suicide pacts have resulted in 18 deaths so far this year.
The victims are usually young and meet in an internet chat room, where they encourage each other to kill themselves. In May, police discovered the
bodies of a man, age 30, and two women, ages 22 and 18, who all died of carbon monoxide poisoning from a coal-burning stove after sealing themselves
in a room with plastic sheeting and duct tape. None of them had known the others before they met online and started planning their suicides. Suicide
sites recommend this method as fast and painless. Not all suicide attempts work—two girls, ages 14 and 17, jumped off a five-story building together
and were badly injured, but didn’t die.
"We are picking up a lot (of suicide sites) that are just in Japanese," says Parry Aftab of WiredSafety. "We report them to local law enforcement,
or the ISP to have them take down the sites. But they just pop up someplace else"