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Feb 02, 2016 · The aftermath of suicide is a never ending kind of suffering
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Suicide Is Painless - Wikipedia

( The Sunday Times – – May 9, 2010 )
The remains of up to 50 Britons who ended their lives at a controversial Swiss suicide clinic have been dumped in a lake, according to a nurse who worked at the organization.

The right to assisted suicide is a significant topic that concerns people all over the ..
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Switzerland | Patients Rights Council

A suicide attempt is a clear indication that something is gravely wrong in a person’s life. No matter the race or age of the person; how rich or poor they are, it is true that most people who die by suicide have a mental or emotional disorder. The most common underlying disorder is depression, 30% to 70% of suicide victims suffer from major depression or bipolar (manic-depressive) disorder.

of Uttar Pradesh and other parts of the country committed suicide because of over-production ..
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Alda Gross, a Swiss citizen, has filed a lawsuit in the European Court of Human Rights to force the government of Switzerland to ensure her right to obtain lethal drugs to end her life. Gross, who has no known pathological condition contends that she has the right to assisted suicide because she’s frail and has no desire to continue life.
The European Court of Human Rights impacts 47 countries making the outcome of importance throughout Europe.
On March 20, 2012, the Alliance Defense Fund, an American legal advocacy organization, filed as a Third Party Intervener in the case.

Numerous studies have suggested that the suicide rate in patients suffering from ..
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Nov 08, 2017 · Does Suicide End Suffering

( Daily Mail – – October 19, 2010 )
Ludwig Minelli, the founder of the controversial Swiss clinic Dignitas, has said a person whose terminally ill partner commits suicide should also be given help to die – even if perfectly healthy. It is not the first time Minelli has argued health people should be given the legal right to die. Last year he said that he believed assisted suicide should be available ‘on demand.’

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Survivors of traumatic experiences are often told, Its in the past. Forget about it and get on with your life, Why cant you just forget about all that, and enjoy life like a normal person? If we could simply get on with life, they would have done it. PTSD helps explain why it is so hard for the chronically suicidal to recover. Because we were suicidal, we subsequently suffered many of the conditions associated with post-traumatic stress disorder. These conditions are serious problems in their own right; they are formidable barriers in the recovery process.

Depression is the cause of over two-thirds of the 30,000 ..

(Telegraph – – June 24, 2010)
Ludwig Minelli, the Swiss founder of Dignitas, has become a millionaire in the ten years since he set up his controversial suicide clinic.

Language Around Suicide Loss | Suicide: Finding Hope

( The Atlantic – – March 1, 2010 )
Over the past decade, Ludwig Minelli has helped more than 1,000 people kill themselves and has turned Zurich into the undisputed world capital of assisted suicide.

Suicide and suicide prevention - risk factors & …

These kinds of conditions may be found again and again in the chronically suicidal. Upon reflection, it should not be surprising that we should suffer PTSD. Many of us suffered from suicidal pain for years - and years - and years. The idea of dying is terrifying. We recoil at thoughts of dying by automobile accident, plane crash, murder, cancer, AIDS, drowning, suffocation. The idea of dying violently simply by forces generated from within ourselves is in some ways almost too horrible to apprehend. How could anyone survive such a prolonged siege of pain and terror - and remain unaffected?