If we allow assisted suicide for animals when their "state of living" is seriously imparied and not likely to get better" why can't we allow the same for humans. Case in point. I'm 53. I am a trained psychologist(gasp). I have been treated with medication, talk therapy, inpatient and outpatient, and almost all convenitel treatments without success. I am in my "right" mind. I would like to choose an assisted sucide like I had to for my sick cat last year. Why am I not allowed that same humane option?
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