Legalizing Doctor-Assisted Suicides has Increased the Suicide Rate
One of the reasons I say this is that they could just be over reacting in that moment, but do not really believe that that is the answer. Obviously some people have made up their mind and want to die. However, some people are just acting in the moment. You have probably heard the phrase “suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem”, which would apply for the people who …show more content…
Also, we as humans are easily influenced by other forces. Forces like alcohol, drugs, mental disorders and other humans. Some people are not as easily influenced as other people. However, statistics still show that more than 90% of people who die by suicide have a mental disorder or a substance-abuse disorder. People with mental disorders should not just be allowed to walk into a hospital and request their death. Also, what if someone were to become drunk and request it not knowing what they were doing due to their alcohol consumption levels. The same concept applies to drugs. Not to mention, how easily influenced we are by others. A fitting example for how easily influenced we are by others is Romeo and Juliet.
Plus, we already have excessive