Most people seem to associate people who are actively suicidal with mental illness. People who are so ill that they can't think clearly. What's with being detained under the mental health act? Freedom of choice doesn't exist these days. I want to die by suicide. I refuse to die suddenly in a freak accident or by a painful medical condition. I want to have the choice. I suffer from suicidal thoughts and I've attempted suicide and guess what happened to me? I was put on a section for months. To be sectioned you have to fit the criteria, one of which was - Mental illness. So feeling suicidal makes me mentally unwell does it? I'm in the right state of mind, I know that. I manage to hold a coherent conversation. Being sectioned made me think ONE thing and that was, ''Next time make sure you keep it to yourself/do it properly''. WHAT HAPPENED TO FREEDOM OF CHOICE? WE NEVER HAVE A CHOICE. The routine of life is tedious to the point of insanity.