Wuzzup crazies! I got a question for this community. What are your opinions on the right for someone to commit suicide?
I've talked to a lot of people who are either very for, or very against this. I'm thinking the distinction may be centered around orientation of feeling function. It seems that Fe thinks the act is selfish, and immoral. Fi seems to reason that it's ultimatley the individuals choice, and should be respected. At least, that's what I'm seeing it as, but may be off here.
I think it's entirely up to the individual. Some people tell me it's selfish because your loved ones will be in so much pain, but I find this a pathetic cop-out. In my mind, it's the exact reverse. I think it's selfish to not respect the right of an individual to check out if they don't think the price of admission is worth the ride. It's a basic, universal right in my mind.
Thinkers try to reason that it's "invalid"...as if you can validate or invalidate something like suicide!! WTF??
It's super duper personal. We have no clue what someone is experiencing internally. People aren't given the choice to enter this world, but they have the choice to end it if they are suffering so badly. Some people don't find help anywhere. No meds, social support...nothing works. I say it should be deeply respected.
Does this make any sense?
What is your stance? I'm wondering if my assumption that it's an Fi/Fe issue is correct or not.