Check out of the way you have been doing things and step into your second act. It’s not your life you want to end , it’s the chaos and havoc. As long as you do things the same way , you will always get what you’ve got. Change only happens outside the comfort zone. Why don’t you try life differently and be bold about it, I dare you to experiment with something other than what you have been doing? Try something new again in each moment, and then if that don’t work, then you can talk nonsense and I’ll give you shit again because I care. I dare you to write your life’s script like a director of the stage of your own life, rather than being a puppet and poor player of an actor. Go follow your curiosity and learn through your challenges. Look at the feedback life is giving you from your choices, learn from them and then decide to get into action. Look at what you want more of and give less worship to what you want less of. Then attract that! Do it man, attachment to your woe is me stories doesn’t serve you. And it doesn’t become you to shrink back from your potential to live something better. So if you want to go somewhere else, think about your second act if you are asking yourself “is there something more and what’s next”. Sorry for the hard hit buddies, but skirting around the truth will only leave you guys dead. You are overcomers, not survivors. You wouldn’t have made it this far if that weren’t true. Learn from all those challenges and do something bold. Dare to be you!
Shakespeare said it best, “Life’s but a walking shadow, a poor player, that struts and frets his hour upon the stage, and then is heard no more. It is a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.” What he was meaning in this play was – Macbeth is comparing life to a story told by someone who lacks intelligence; therefore, the story is nothing more than meaningless rambling. Don’t be a poor player, you have a second act waiting for you around the corner! Sorry to drive the Harley in your living room and rev it up. You need to consider all angles before you “check out”!
Amethyst makes a great point, people only think they want to end their lives because of the chassis, havoc and I would add, they want the “pain and anguish” to end… not life itself… If you are in pain and struggling call your local suicide hotline or the National Suicide hotline at 1-800-273-8255