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donewithlife1

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Does jumping hurts? I know a lot if people used this method and I'm curious how much is the pain before you actually die?
 
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Does jumping hurts? I know a lot if people used this method and I'm curious how much is the pain before you actually die?
Studies of jumping survivors state that they have no recollection of hitting the ground. So, no it shouldn't hurt.
 
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donewithlife1

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Studies of jumping survivors state that they have no recollection of hitting the ground. So, no it shouldn't hurt.
I think just to be safe I'm be jumping in the river. I have to do it at night though we have nosey people all over I don't want to be saved or found
 
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I think just to be safe I'm be jumping in the river. I have to do it at night though we have nosey people all over I don't want to be saved or found
Yes, some people prefer bridge to water jumping for the "extra" insurance in case you don't die instantly you will most likely drown.
 
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the impact by itself is more than enough for u do pass out immediately, but i could be wrong
 
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donewithlife1

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the impact by itself is more than enough for u do pass out immediately, but i could be wrong
I think you're right! It's prob gonna be my method soon hopefully
 
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Forever Sleep

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I imagine it's more about fear during the actual jump but after that- it surely depends on how you land and whether the damage is enough to knock you out. Some people jumping into water die by drowning and sustain massive injuries. You'd hope they were unconscious by then but I don't know how we would know- unless they survived I guess.

I have heard that it's possible that the fall alone will make someone pass out but I don't know whether that's true.
 
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Yaffle

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I imagine it's more about fear during the actual jump but after that- it surely depends on how you land and whether the damage is enough to knock you out. Some people jumping into water die by drowning and sustain massive injuries. You'd hope they were unconscious by then but I don't know how we would know- unless they survived I guess.

I have heard that it's possible that the fall alone will make someone pass out but I don't know whether that's true.
The fall alone wouldn't make you pass out unless through absolute fear I suppose.

Skydivers are free falling every day but are obviously thrill seeking
 
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Be careful, make sure it is a tall enough drop. I would do some research first to make sure you don't suffer and also don't traumatize anyone in a populated area.
 
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Yaffle

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Does jumping hurts? I know a lot if people used this method and I'm curious how much is the pain before you actually die?
I used to think about jumping a lot.

If you jump from a great enough height I'd expect impact to be fatal before you feel any pain.

Remember when the Titan submersible imploded, it was stated then that the crew would have been dead before they could either process what was happening or feel any pain.

The time from the instant of impact at terminal velocity to death will be quicker than your nervous system will be able to process and feel pain.
 
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Forever Sleep

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The fall alone wouldn't make you pass out unless through absolute fear I suppose.

Skydivers are free falling every day but are obviously thrill seeking

Oh yeah- good point! Wouldn't be so good if they passed out before pulling their parachute cords! I wonder where I heard that... I guess some people must faint though.
 
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Depends on the height of the fall. Really you need to be jumping from 100ft or above to be pretty much certain of death.
 
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donewithlife1

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I used to think about jumping a lot.

If you jump from a great enough height I'd expect impact to be fatal before you feel any pain.

Remember when the Titan submersible imploded, it was stated then that the crew would have been dead before they could either process what was happening or feel any pain.

The time from the instant of impact at terminal velocity to death will be quicker than your nervous system will be able to process and feel pain.
Good I love that! So I'm have to look for the place now I guess I found the method. Thank you so much
I imagine it's more about fear during the actual jump but after that- it surely depends on how you land and whether the damage is enough to knock you out. Some people jumping into water die by drowning and sustain massive injuries. You'd hope they were unconscious by then but I don't know how we would know- unless they survived I guess.

I have heard that it's possible that the fall alone will make someone pass out but I don't know whether that's true.
Agreed! We can never find out but I do believe it's just the fear I'm going to do it I just need the place now
 
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Soylent

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Oct 12, 2023
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This method is brutal. First the fear of death when you are on the edge, overcoming the survival instinct and then the fear of the fall, seeing the floor for a instant or closing your eyes thinking of the situation must be terrible. Then an immense flash of extreme pain, like 1000x what you already have experience in your life … and then nothing : either you pass out and you will die in a couple of minutes or you die instantly. That's how I imaging suicide by jumping. I have tried it : like 8 times but could not jump. SI is very strong, you need to have balls or be very motivated, or just decide in a instant you want to die … then you will not have a choice anymore.
 
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A colleague of mine witnessed a jumper. He jumped and landed near where she was walking. He did not die on impact nor did he lose consciousness. He was fully awake for minutes at least before he passed. So yes, jumping is quite agonizing.
 
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SMmetalhead36

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Oct 6, 2023
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I pose this same question, especially since this will be one of my main methods of choice when I decide to CTB.
 
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donewithlife1

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This method is brutal. First the fear of death when you are on the edge, overcoming the survival instinct and then the fear of the fall, seeing the floor for a instant or closing your eyes thinking of the situation must be terrible. Then an immense flash of extreme pain, like 1000x what you already have experience in your life … and then nothing : either you pass out and you will die in a couple of minutes or you die instantly. That's how I imaging suicide by jumping. I have tried it : like 8 times but could not jump. SI is very strong, you need to have balls or be very motivated, or just decide in an instant you want to die … then you will not have a choice anymore.
I think I have a very strong reason to die and it will be stronger than my fear. Thank you so much
 
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Meditation guide

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Studies of jumping survivors state that they have no recollection of hitting the ground. So, no it shouldn't hurt.
I'm sure jumping survivors hurt.
 
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Yaffle

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Nov 9, 2023
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There are variables such as height, orientation and ground surface.

If I was just jump it would be from over 150m/500ft onto rock. No surviving that especially either head first or feet first.

Feet first would compress and shatter your spine instantly and likely drive some of it through your brain.
 
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I'm sure jumping survivors hurt.
Of course jumping survivors hurt. The question is always about does it hurt when you hit the ground. So, if you succeed in jumping to death it should not hurt because they claim no recollection of hitting the ground. Now if you survive that's a different story. They hurt after the fact, but not on impact.
 
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Yaffle

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Of course jumping survivors hurt. The question is always about does it hurt when you hit the ground. So, if you succeed in jumping to death it should not hurt because they claim no recollection of hitting the ground. Now if you survive that's a different story. They hurt after the fact, but not on impact.
From your moniker we can assume you favour to jump!

Great name :pfff:
 
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From your moniker we can assume you favour to jump!

Great name :pfff:
Thanks! Your are correct! I do enjoy some humor with my death.
I used to think about jumping a lot.

If you jump from a great enough height I'd expect impact to be fatal before you feel any pain.

Remember when the Titan submersible imploded, it was stated then that the crew would have been dead before they could either process what was happening or feel any pain.

The time from the instant of impact at terminal velocity to death will be quicker than your nervous system will be able to process and feel pain.
Yes.
 
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L0nely

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Oct 28, 2023
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Yes, some people prefer bridge to water jumping for the "extra" insurance in case you don't die instantly you will most likely drown.
Curiosity. Will you actually lose conscientiousness while hitting the water or will you be aware of drowning? For some reason that really sounds uncomfortable.
 
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Curiosity. Will you actually lose conscientiousness while hitting the water or will you be aware of drowning? For some reason that really sounds uncomfortable.
Can't say for sure, but from what I've read it is no different than hitting a hard surface. You will most likely be knocked out instantly.
 
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Nov 8, 2023
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I know someone who jumped from the 4th floor and didn't lose consciousness at all, they screamed and cried for help after the impact, the pain was unbearable, they got multiple fractures and one in the spine. They suffered in the hospital for a month before passing. I don't think I'll ever try to CBT using jumping, it's terrifying how wrong it can go.
 
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No. If you jump from high enough your organs (including your brain) will instantly splatter across the ground
I know someone who jumped from the 4th floor and didn't lose consciousness at all, they screamed and cried for help after the impact, the pain was unbearable, they got multiple fractures and one in the spine. They suffered in the hospital for a month before passing. I don't think I'll ever try to CBT using jumping, it's terrifying how wrong it can go.
Jumped too low.
 
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Yuna is My Waifu

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I know someone who jumped from the 4th floor and didn't lose consciousness at all, they screamed and cried for help after the impact, the pain was unbearable, they got multiple fractures and one in the spine. They suffered in the hospital for a month before passing. I don't think I'll ever try to CBT using jumping, it's terrifying how wrong it can go.
Dam I'm not jumping then.

I've never jumped before but i have bee nhit by a vehicle which broke my leg in multiple places and i passed out straight away. maybe I'm just a pussy though.
 
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