I understand that society is against suicide and tries to prevent people from committing it when it's kind of just a phase and the reasons why that person wants to die are possible to fix, and it can get better for them. But what if it's 100% guaranteed that nothing will get better, their problems are not fixable, they've been depressed pretty much their whole life, never seen the light, and it can only get worse for that person? And also they don't have anyone in their life that would care if they died. Why is it still such a bad thing to commit suicide? Can't people choose themselves if they want to live or die? Sometimes it's just too much for them maybe, and they'd rather not exist than live for another second... Please explain.
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If all those things you say would indeed be the case, then I agree with you.
However the truth is, they never are, and things always tend to get better.
Besides if you don't value your life you could always go in the army and give it away for your country. Or work as a volunteer somewhere if the army won't have you.0