should family have a say so in a loved one that wants assisted suicide??
- madisonian51Lv 41 decade agoFavorite Answer
The only person to make that decision is the one that wants to commit suicide. Family should have a say in the actual decision only to allow the person who wants to die to discuss the reasoning that went into this decision and if there is a way to make their life worthwhile. If the person wants to die because of a physical disability that is terminal, then the family might want to help. If the problem is emotional then suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem and the family should try to change the person's mind.
- 1 decade ago
suicide should only be reserved for the terminally I'll and should be requested by the individual only. other than that I do not agree with any assisted suicide program or law.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
yes i've heard sad sad stories about loved oned who had to die alone so someone wouldent be found complicent in a crime