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Abetment to suicideViews: 164
Dec 02, 2008 5:09 am re: Abetment to suicide

Marielena Alvarez
Arranged marriages are wrong!

Who wants to be stuck with the groom they did not choose?

If he is unattractive, let him find his own bride.

With fewer females being born, only the rich can afford a bride, no matter how unattractive!

No one should be stuck with someone they are not attracted to.

There is someone for everyone, but finding them is the problem!

If the guy committed suicide, there are plenty of men who are in search of a bride. Now she is a widow, is that a better fate?

Some people who commit suicide are suffering from depression and their close friends fail to see the warning signs and get them help before it is too late. Many who finally succeed in committing suicide have tried at least once before. Should their family and friends who failed to get them help, be charged with a crime?

In America, there are those who are terminally ill who want to choose when and how they die. Assisted suicide is something very different here. I watched my father slowly die of Parkinson's and my aunt struggle to breathe, with lung cancer (she was a non-smoker). Being able to legally ease their pain and their passing would have been wonderful and they would have welcomed it. Alas, it is not legal in Tennessee or Pennsylvania.

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