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129 Things To Do Instead of Suicide
By Jane St Clair   
Rated "PG" by the Author.
Last edited: Sunday, November 14, 2010
Posted: Saturday, November 07, 2009

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Every hour and half, an American teen attempts suicide -- when there are so many other wonderful things to do

 Within the last five months, four beautiful students from Palo Alto, California (home of Stanford University)l killed themselves at a railroad crossing. These precious children were all students at Harvey Gunn High School. Students there are devastated by this terrible loss. Train crews tell officials that it is hard for them to drive over the spot where the suicides occurred. These are unspeakable tragedies.

Suicide is the third leading cause of death for teenagers, after accidents and homicide. Please, if you are considering suicide, get help right now. Suicide is like junking a car that has a flat tire.  You can fix it and things can get better.

129 things to do instead of suicide.

Test-drive a convertible with the top down

Work up your American Idol audition

Go to a music store and play drums

Design your own line of clothing

Do a murder mystery party

Get a psychic reading

Have fake business cards made

Start a collection

Go horseback riding

Go to a tanning salon

Spend the day eating junk food

Play with Legos

Make a lemonade stand for charity

Take a bubble bath

Redo your MySpace or Facebook page

Play miniature golf

Read a book of New Yorker cartoons

Watch wildlife

Phone your grandmother

Paint a wall mural in your room

Send a message in a bottle

Put on prom clothes and eat by candlelight



Lift weights

Have a meal at an airport

Study cows

Make puppets

Go to the mall and try on something you’d never wear

Make a video for YouTube

Work up an impression of your favorite celebrity

Get decals for your car

Take up belly dancing or tango

Do some star gazing

Go through your clothes and donate some to charity

Buy someone roses

Have your portrait made

Watch Steinfeld reruns

Go roller-skating

Dye your hair

Plant a tree

Go to a 12-Step meeting

Make cookies

Learn Sudoku

Take a walk

Buy a puppy



Go to a movie

Get a massage

Go to the library


Plan a safari

Go skydiving or ballooning

Call a friend who’s in worse shape than you are

Go to the gym and work out in a new way

Write a poem

Rearrange the furniture in your room

Plan your wedding

Get a racquet ball game going

Meet a friend at a restaurant

Visit some place creepy

Attack a household chore

Go to a waterslide park

Write your memoirs

Watch a live theater production

Visit a theme park

Draw a wall-sized picture

Do some yoga

Play Barbies or GI Joe with some little kids

Count your blessings

Draw a picture of your pet

Tour a factory

Rent a limo

Build a time capsule

Buy a new video game



Get a scavenger hunt going

Make pancakes

Dance to the video game “Dance Revolution”

Visit a college

Take a ride on public transportation

Go bowling

Read an old yearbook

Visit a nursing home

Go to a thrift store and buy something silly

Watch “The Matrix” or “Cinderella Diaries” again

Play Frisbee

Write a letter to your Congressman

Go rock-climbing

Watch baseball at the park

Ride your bicycle

Charge up a bill on a credit card

Make homemade pasta

Learn how photoshop pictures

Do a water sport like swimming, tubing or canoeing

Have a picnic, indoors is okay

Throw a spontaneous party

Ride a rollercoaster

Make Play Dough and do a sculpture

Get acupuncture or acupressure treatments

Walk barefoot in the grass

Practice a musical instrument



Get a manicure or hair cut

Go to church or synagogue

Visit a history museum

Jump rope

Build a snowman or a sand sculpture

Read a book you loved as a kid

Visit college websites and pick the best

Do 500 jumping jacks or push-ups

Go to the zoo

Fly a kite


Toast marshmallows

Take up golf

Take an online course

Put together a model of a car or airplane



Go skate boarding

Play basketball

Ask someone new for a date

Go to a big-time sports event

Learn to juggle

Catch fireflies

Try a new ethnic restaurant

Cut the grass

Get tickets to be in an audience at a TV show

Make sandwiches for the homeless

Visit an art museum



            People Care. I love you.



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Suicides Equals Totally "Parental Neglect"...

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