I have always been against suicide as it tends to be a permanent action in responce to temporary problems. I have known in my previous career many people people who have attempted suicide and then sorted out their problems to live happy lives.
I do however see that if life is unbearable (when it's known for certain it'll stay that way or that the subject must change in an undesirable way to cope) it is worth scrappping and starting on the unknownn stage (an agnostic btw).
In this logic (non-religious), at what point would it be deemed "right" to attempt it if life was set to be permanently crap in a certain way?
I'm not talking about exam problems or left girlfriends etc., but family dying or being uncontactable etc...
At what point in general is life not worth it any more? Depression can be dealt with by meds and stuff but acrtualy life shit is either worth carrying on with or leaving.
This isn't a loaded question but I'm interested to see what people think - Is there a cut off point or should we all bare whatever happens? (please try to leave religion out of this)
(I'm new here but asked this question elsewhere to get no answers so am interested in what the fst people think)