posted on Nov, 3 2014 @ 03:09 PM
a reply to: TDawgRex
Maybe I go too far but I also tend to think it could actually be an option for those suffering from non-life threatening or severe psychiatrical
issues, especially if they genuinely want to end their lives and there's just no option whatsoever to better their life, to cope, and to medicate or
sweet-talk them into a better state. I say this because I've seen some depressing and hopeless suffering, and I really respect human life and think
we should be caring and considerate to each other, but some made me think: why not just let him go...
Some people are incapable of achieving the simplest thing that most don't even think about, they take it intrinsically for granted and rightly so!
There're some however who can never obtain any of it, never get their way, or live a long life of horrible compulsive behaviour or hopeless nerve
pain that just wrecks everything.