A Dutch artist I quite admired said once that "As a living being, you have the right to treat your life as you please. If that means you have to end it at some point, than every moment after that is a waste." And I do in fact believe that he was onto something with that.
For that matter I also think that Kevorkian was well ahead of his time and in truth more humane than Big Pharma.
The trouble with the conflict between logic and emotion in the mind, is that the two need each other for balance. Too much logic, not enough emotion, and you get the psychopathy of the %1, for all intents and purposes I'd suggest that on a purely psychological level those people aren't people anymore. But too much emotion and not enough logic results in destabilization of the physically inanimate, buildings decay from lack of upkeep, jobs rotate faster from lack of work ethic and clinical depression, budget drops continue to happen under the voice of the relentlessness of the %1 who can literally afford to lose and have the luxury of the comfort to fund their own survivalism in ways that the working class must work against in polarity.
So since nobody wants to work, and most people simply have to work, and a large majority of people spend time trying to game the system to their advantage rather than trying to actually understand the system that they're trying to game beyond that of personal advancement, I'd say that yeah, honeysuckle's pretty messed.
Body can take a Hell of a beating and keep going.
With the advancement of modern medicine we can now rectify failed suicide attempts to save lives.
Direct cause of suicide is still medically left Undetermined (probably because there's about as many reasons as there are of words in the English language).
Cherry on the top?
It's illegal in America to kill yourself, and trying to do so will result in the Capitalist system enslaving you with insurmountable debt. It's illegal to kill yourself here because American citizens are Products of the United States, which is what our Social Security Numbers are actually for...yes, they're also tied to the Retirement System and the Disability System, but it's mostly a Federal Tracking Number for money. So what that means, is that the American People are a Stock.
I don't like it, in fact I hate it, but the fact that I was suicidal until I was 28 years old, I feel gives me a little bit of leeway into talking about it.
Weird thing is, that it's only been 6 years. The perceptual difference is big enough that I can see why it gets called different things in different languages over different periods in time by different cultures. And also on a purely comical note, I guess that means even though I'm 34 years old, arguably I am 6.