Why is unassisted suicide illegal? page 3

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Maybe their potential is wasted, but they most likely had very little potential to contribute to begin with.

 
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Such as…?

A finished education, for example?

Maybe their potential is wasted, but they most likely had very little potential to contribute to begin with.

And what makes you think that?

 
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Originally posted by Galdos:

it’s nonsene to stop someone from doing what they want to themselves. Whether it’s only temporary depression or not. their life is not anyone elses property . it doesnt matter if their actions are rash and their problems exaggerated.

I am not going to say that human is worthless but I kind of agree with you. It’s your body and not theirs although the friends and family would probaly be the ones to talk you out of it but just throwing somebod in the loony bin is just wrong.