- Mar 30, 2018
Thanks for making this forum. It's absurd that people with our views are muzzled by reddit and most of the internet. Just wanted to say that. I'm "detoxing" before I can attempt to check out atm.
I'm honestly fine with suicide awareness, as it has helped many people. The problem is when people think it can "help" everyone. It can't. To some, like us, it's just a nuisance.I am so with you on this one..
I have a bunch of friends that keep posting the same annoying message concerning Suicide Awareness (I wont use the hash tag or lump the names together just cause I don't want it showing on any search engine..)
Anyhow, I spent about an hour writing out this massive reply to them all.. Which I may even post in here at some point... the only problem was when I read it back to myself I thought, 'If I post this, I'm either going to get arrested, or get sectioned, or both..'..
So its just saved someone where safe...
Very sad when we can't speak our minds because of societies inability to deal with suicide. :(
The freedom to live and die in peace without anyone forcing you to do anything, you'd think our species would've figured it out after 10 million years
It's weird how some of the people that try and force others to live, when someone does end up taking their own life, they turn cold towards those people. Saying they aren't worth anything just because they did take their own life. It shows how some people truly don't care.That's the point. Society always needed to force people to live in spite of their condition/personal wishes, because we've always been seen as tools.
Agreed that the topic of death and dyng is still hugely taboo in our society, albeit increasingly found in university curricula now such as health and social services as well as psychology and sociology. Recently a right-to-die organization in the US was sanctioned for merely providing information on DIY deaths! I read that Australia banned the Peaceful Pill Handbook, the only book banned in that country in I don't know how many decades! Quite amazing how the state still treats us in such a paternalistic fashion, threatening to fine and jail us for merely providing information about how to end one's life painlessly and reliably. This book and Derek Humphry's best seller, 'Final Exit' sits on many library shelves around the world, but if a librarian helps you to locate it, she might be facing years of imprisonment in that US jurisdiction if the charges are upheld. It's crazy because life is supposed to be a gift, but deprive one of ending it means it's an imposition.Thanks for making this forum. It's absurd that people with our views are muzzled by reddit and most of the internet. Just wanted to say that. I'm "detoxing" before I can attempt to check out atm.
So true! And many orthodox religions perpetuate and reinforce this taboo about ending our own lives. They object to us having the agency to escape intolerable pain or even just because we have lived a fruitful life and want to end it painlessly before we lose the capacity through illness of other condition to do so reliably. They maintain only God has the right to do this but that contradicts the very essence of human dignity. It is our human right to control our own bodies. No one else should have a veto over this ever! Any religion that espouses that we must suffer at life's end is identical to what drove the Spanish Inquisition and the burning of 'witches' as infidels. It is horrific and should have no forum in the 21st century!That's the point. Society always needed to force people to live in spite of their condition/personal wishes, because we've always been seen as tools.