Questions and Answers About the Right To Die The following are some questions on this topic and my answers to them: Question : The long explanation of a method for committing suicide leads me to believe you may belong to this organization for other reasons than helping the terminally ill achieve a peaceful death. Please know that if you killed yourself someone would care. I have been where you are after my husband hung himself and wish someone had been there to show me how wrong suicide is. I wish i didn't had to be alone, i wish i had a true friend. She will have to prove that she was your wife over and over again.
I have been through three major depressive episodes in my lifetime. I truly never thought I'd see the day. I want to scream at you to get up, but I know you won't hear me. I looked up murder suicide it says God will forgive me. People always say You are loved, People care about you, and Please get help without thinking about what that entails. Think very hard about not only how your death would affect them, but the fact that you killed yourself.
To this day I believe voluntarily helping her end her life would have been justifiably merciful. Also, here is a poem I discovered by Dorothy Parker that made me laugh when I was at my most depressed. They all have their own battles and shouldn't have to fight hers. From that, I imagine that a lot of people would be pretty fucked up over losing me. We now have cases on file of almost every mode of near-death circumstance that you can imagine: combat situations, attempted rape and murder, electrocution, near-drownings, hangings, etc.
Their method involves using over-the-counter sleeping pills and a plastic bag. I think they would be surprised that I died but I am sure they would forget after a few weeks. We want you to talk with someone. As mentioned earlier, such people often belong to religious right-to-life anti-abortion organizations. Whether you believe my love for you or not is irrelevant. They will search for someone to blame. At the very least, do those before you make the choice to lose those opportunities forever.
And the kicker is that they will be more loving and accepting than the previous person. I was moving from a place to other trying to find a shelter, with many psychological problems and the easiest route out was to take my own life. So, I believe the time for us to die is not entirely in our hands. I was supposed to be so smart, yet I couldn't figure out why I wasn't happy, why succeeding at things gave me no feelings of accomplishment, why I was so awful. In this case, the motive is depression. I haven't been bullied very much, because I am my own worst enemy.
My family is really poor and they never really bothered to pretend like some families do. Even if her parents were abusive monsters of human beings in their own worlds of pain, it is fairly undeniable that yes, they would be upset by finding out that their child that they had loved and raised had taken her own life. In away its a relief to know thats it over. So, we might as well experience what we can. I look back at Sam and I see a girl fighting a horrendous monster alone, so caught in the fight and the beating she's getting that she doesn't see the weapons and armour her loved ones where holding out for her.
Those who don't have any 'others' to speak of certainly struggle. However, this is not how I interpret it. The Universe thrives on differing perspective so it's inevitable. Please wait, please think again. And your girlfriend will feel good as well, knowing that the guy she cares about greatly is safe. I got born in fake family just like everyone else. Anyway thanks for reading and letting me share sum of my pain.
Name a church in Fort Worth area and I'll go to one. I didn't care about what other people thought or felt, I just wanted to get off the ride. The person committing the suicide will probably find themselves in a hellish condition in the afterlife. If you're new here and want to help, please read these two posts before diving in. Like any and all emotions, they are temporary. In conclusion, there are no easy answers to such end-of-life questions. You have to the power to choose your thoughts, however you have no power to choose your feelings.