Apathy Jack writes:
The Self-Destruction Handbook by Adam Wasson and Jessica Stamen
Self-destruction is not suicide. In fact, they are very different. Suicidal people want to end life altogether, whereas self-destructives enjoy debasing themselves, degrading other and generally wreaking physical and emotional havoc on the world around them. There is nothing more life-affirming than total destruction, whereas death, in our opinion, is zero fun. If you are suicidal, then you have probably lost all sense of irony and should look elsewhere for help. If, on the other hand, you hope to mastermind and botch multiple suicide attempts in order to frighten and manipulate people who care about you, we've got some real gems for you in chapter 8.