Sure they end their suffering and can rest in peace from everday life. Still that's kind of selfish in away since your leaving so many people who actually cared about them to suffer. Hurting from the loss and wishing they could have done something to prevent it.
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Most Helpful Guy
I vote no. I kind of have an issue with people who think suicide is the easy way out or selfish. The desire to self terminate goes against EVERY biological drive of survival. It is NOT an easy thing to do. I'm not glorifying suicide but it takes a certain type of mindset to override all these base instincts and clock out. I think in a sense these people's misery is so deep that they only focus on the pain they're in and not on the potential pain around them but for people struggling with mental illness or an incredibly shitty life can you really blame them? Some of these people may not have the luxury of any family or loved ones. We don't know their situations and I think it would be insensitive of us to pretend that we do.
This is just my personal opinion and I'm not bashing anyone who thinks differently.10
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Most Helpful Girl
No. I think it's selfish to make someone else's suffering about you. If you're a friend or family member of someone who committed suicide, guess what? It's not about you. Their life was not about you either. It was something they saw as their only way out. Such a decision is not made on a whim. Their life is their own, so suicide is a valid decision.3