posted on Apr, 14 2012 @ 10:29 PM
reply to post by Skepticesque
Yes, absolutely. I think our medical system, social support system and psychological support systems should be set up such that if someone is
considering suicide, they will have a free place to go to discuss it without religious overtones (threats of hell) or anything else, no stigma to
discuss it whatsoever, which there is now. Most suicidal thoughts are temporary, but the act obviously is not.
That said, yes we all have the right to leave this ummm... situation, whenever we want to. One never knows what another person is suffering through
and mental agony can be every bit as bad as physical agony.
Be aware that your soul or spirit will survive the suicide and although you may be a bit confused for a while, you will get help on the other side
also to deal with the transition and decide what to do from there. It's not like that Robin Williams movie where you end up in some dark awful place
forever as a punishment. We all chose to be here and do an earth-life experience, and there's something to be learned from the time here. But the
other places are actually a lot nicer... I'd also like to add to anyone contemplating suicide, that it's pretty amazing what a difference one day,
or one hour, or one minute can make in your situation.