Tag Archives: compression

Thinking Out Loud

Exit Newsletter is one of the main foci of this organisation. Although Five Last Acts II remains the standard publication and reference volume, it is through the newsletter-magazine that we can reach members with tips and updates. In this way, … Continue reading

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More rights & wrongs of how to die – compression

Ins & outs of compression A slightly worrying variation on the compression method of suicide surfaced recently when a newspaper reported a 15-yr old using a blood-pressure cuff around his neck. He probably didn’t intend to die by suicide – … Continue reading

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Can I die at home please?

It’s a question many of us may ask. Either to a doctor or as a silent plea. Sometimes when I am just poorly with the flu I try to think about it. My choice would probably be self-deliverance. Would I … Continue reading

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Campaigns may help those in the future: workshops help those needing knowledge now

Exit supports political campaigns to allow lawful option for persons wanting to end their life in the face of unbearable and unrelievable suffering. But, at best, such campaigns help those in the future. Political campaigning is an expensive business, no … Continue reading

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Five Last Acts – news update

    Update – the new edition of Five Last Acts is back from the main proof-readers and will go into publication very soon. (We are just waiting for it to come back from the academic reviewers.) Five Last Acts, … Continue reading

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New publishing house needed

Five Last Acts, possibly the most comprehensive and well-researched guide on methods of self-deliverance or rational euthanasia, needs a new publishing home. Such books should not be necessary, but in the continued absence of responsible legislation for options in dying, … Continue reading

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