And you made a claim like this.
I'm sure we could start a discussion about the moral correctness of suicide. I mean, suicide doesn't hurt other people, only yourself? Totally not a moral issue.
I replied to your other post with a long reply in the new thread, but I'll respond to this here.
Suicide's a grey area, because it only hurts people who care about you, but you only do it when you feel like nobody cares about you. I think we should try to talk people out of it and rehabilitate them if it's caused by any other illness or addiction or anything, but I think it should be legal for a mentally competent and sober citizen of voting age to decide to end their life in a clean and humane fashion how and when they see fit.
EDIT: I just think it's pretty selfish to force somebody to stay alive when they don't want to, just to make their friends and family feel better. I think it's a really really big decision for somebody to make, and nobody knows how they feel when they're in that situation, and while I think we should try to stop them most of the time, I don't think that should be the law.