The main reason I'll address why people do not think suicide is the answer for anyone, regardless of situation, is simply because of our old arch-nemesis here at this blog: Optimism. While some simply think suicide is a sin, due to religion, or those that could be left behind (despite how pain of life could be > pain of grief), the major cause of opposition among those who we often meet around these parts, the 'rationalists' at Less Wrong and Overcoming Bias, is due to Optimism and the sum of its many component biases. Not only, as I stated in the previous post, am I quite certain that they do not understand the breadth of suffering another person could go through, but they also believe that life is full of lots of exciting opportunities, despite the non-existence of free will that they accept, and the resulting loss of such opportunities in those who are terminally ill, or terminally MENTALLY ill. I was going to say, it's because they have a fetish for life ("let's cryogenically freeze ourselves until humans have
Why do people reject the existence of Suicidal Resolution? I think this is because they really can't imagine it. It is also because they view, for the reasons described earlier, that suicide is always an irrational thought. You can't give informed consent to kill yourself, because, as this people believe, you will regret it later (in hell), or WOULD regret it had you not been dead at the time. I think also, that the reason I can't discern immediately why they reject its existence, is possibly because of the great barrier I feel. I'm serious about this. I don't mean anything 'magick', I mean I really feel that when mental health professionals talk about suicide, they are almost believing that it is a disease and a curse, and as if it is their religion to do so. No rational reason required. It suits their tastes to believe that you can't be justified in killing yourself, so they doubt that anyone can feel as if they have thought things through and come to a conclusion that does not fit in with the rest of society.
Bringing a human life into this world is a childish idea. Bye for now.