its a cowards way out, when i think about the people who do love you , the people left behind, i have a joke, i knew this guy' he tried to commit suicide so many times that it almost killed him
because your death does not only affect you but the people who love you
the pain that you cause others.
Life is a gift and you are born as human it;s an unfathomable gift. Struggles are temporary it all wlll come to an end one day, so why not wait till that day instead of hurrying things?
Some might say it is not. Personally, I believe it is a person's choice to decide whether or not they want to live or die.
Most agree that suicide is not the best option for people. And I agree with that. There are other options. And no, it's not a good thing to do. You're rejecting life and the body you were gifted. You are rejecting and murdering all that is yourself. Killing anything, including yourself is not a good thing.
Saying that, i still believe it is a person's personal choice to do what they wish with their own bodies.
couse ur throwing your life away duh
Who said it's wrong?
If someone thinks it's wrong that is only their belief or perception. No one really knows what is right or wrong. Just as no one really knows who is going to heaven and who isnt and if heaven is really what we percieve it to be as we have read in sc
I don't believe suicide is wrong, or a coward's way out o or anything negative about it. People should try to be more understanding of the individuals suffering enough to attempt this self-destructive behavior!
So for your question "...why is it wrong to commit suicide?"
There is no 'why' because it isn't.
it personally think its just stupid your gonna die anyways why make good life end short
Never do anything to make your enemies happy.
Because at the time someone thinks about committing suicide, life is at its lowest point. But life works in cycles... like the stock market. It goes down, but then comes up again. Besides, if you're at the lowest point, there's no where to go but up.
its not wrong its up to you its your life as in all of us, if we want to do that then thats fine ,,,its our life, its our body,
It isn't necessarily wrong. Sometimes it might be the best thing for you and others.
Many times people commit suicide almost ,on a whim a tragedy has occured, they are feeling ostracized/have lost hope and faith in life and themselves. it would be prudent for these to reach out to see they are not without choices and supports.
Then ther are those who have longer standing issues either of mental/emotional or aphysical nature which erodes your zest and strength for life. When you are phycially inferm, it usally does affect your mental/emotional resilienece. Unless you are of extraordinary strength and calibre, and have unwavering support of your loved ones and even community. Yes it takes a village to raise a child and to maintain a healthy individual, we are social we can't really thrive in isolation, imo.
So, i do not think suicide is wrong in the most difficult and unbearable situations.
~terminal ilnesses come to mind, degenerative conditions, unmanageable pain and suffering, and the like.
its hard for those left behind.
a thought *in nature the weakest perish, yet in human societies with artificial gadgets people are put on life support when they are in a vegetative state for years, why? who is this benifiting, the patient or their loved ones.*
Partly correct but if there's a will, there's a way!!!!!...
I have a pessimistic friend who has a family problem. She's telling me to suicide but I advice not to do because she was still studying. Mental illness/psychological problem depends on the ability of people to surpass all the challenges ..
That's were EQ should be balance to IQ!!!
that is a view which is commonplace amongst people who have not been seriously afflicted with detrimental and life altering conditions and have a solid support network. 'will' is determined by one's biology, envoirnment/history, mental /emotional resilience and the myriad of other factors. it may not hurt you to educate yourself about mental disorders before you flippantly trivializing them, you may be suprised at how crippling they can be. your friend needs support from a professional and perhaps even medication, your scoffing and diminishing her situation will not benifit her.
It's a stupid decision to commit suicide...
You can engage yourself in a worthwhile activity which can be benefit to others....
not for religious reason because God is not confined in the concept of religion
dont end ur F%kn life ! ok? ;). Cause ur cool. lol.
as long as you have talked it through thoroughly and can stand up to the accusations (as listed here) then you should have the right to do what you wish, but you do have to face before you do it those others you will hurt, and be assured that even this is incapable of changing your mind.
i believe in kevorkian and his efforts, i applaude him. as for other reasons, there has to be some room for people to make their own decisions, and religious issues should never be a part of it unless you wish it to.
if you really give others a chance to sway your wishes and change you mind, and still want to do this, i say go with it with my support, and know that regardless, we won't really understand, but i for one will defend your right to choose..
Watch the OLD(black& white) movie--It's a wonderful Life
it is not productive. if there is anything else you can do first, do it. i agree with the other poster who suggested going on some strange mission to africa or anything like that. whatever nutty ideas you can think of, go for it. get even with someone? climb a snowy mountain? live as a wildman in the wilderness? ask someone out for a dinner date? help the africans? exterminate the africans? Impose your will and enjoy life!