There are no good arguments against the proper institution of assisted suicide .
6 Answers · Social Science · 27/03/2013
I am for it, but only for a very small section of people, such as terminally ill or certain cases of palliative care. However, there should be a registration process and multiple doctor verification. The legislation would have to be carefully worded so it doesn't conflict with current laws...
7 Answers · Social Science · 02/06/2009
Another answer said it was legal in Oregon, in the rest of the US where it isn't, people wouldn't report it so real statistics of how often it happens wouldn't be known. If it's legal in Canada, try to google the stats.
3 Answers · Social Science · 02/06/2010
The issue with that is that It's a slippery slope. "It's a permanent solution to what is almost always a temporary problem". People's motives for such an act won't always be clear. Are they depressed? If so, there'...
5 Answers · Social Science · 14/02/2010
It is basically a social problem. Hence it has to be discussed by eminent people in a brain-storming session to arrive at an amicable conclusion.
5 Answers · Social Science · 17/08/2012
worst idea ever . Try another way if you really want to do it. that's one of the worst ways to die lol. Don't do it but its your decision find help im suicidal too but that's the last option i would take (freezing in the cold)
7 Answers · Social Science · 08/03/2016