None of the things that I've written in here are meant to be offensive. And I'm not really ranting, it's just some thoughts that came to mind after reading the book. I just want to know if anyone else feels the same about the topic. It seems to be a book intended only for the terminally ill. Around the end it says that if one is intending to end their life and is not terminally ill they should call a helpline because it may be able to help solve their crisis. I'm not terminally ill and I do in some future time intend to end my life. My problem is not something you can solve, like the people who end their lives because they are heart broken or get bullied etc. My problem is life itself and it's pure lack of meaning. I don't see why I should 'take part' in the whole materialism, finding love and blah blah... We are born and our death clock starts ticking. Death is inevitable. Why should I stick around if I don't have any interest in living and will be dying in the end anyway? We did not have a choice to be born and we are capable of ending our lives. I think that's a sure clear sign that suicide isn't wrong. So why do people continue to assume that life is precious and all? Does anyone think they can solve this problem of mine by simply talking? I think I've done enough talking over the past four years and the truth is that nothings changed. I still feel the same way. I still have the same views about life. Why haven't I ended it already? Because I want to go in a method that is the most painless and that needs drugs which I cannot get my hands on at this age (16). That may sound like an excuse. Maybe it is, maybe the real reason I'm still around is because I want people to see how I see life. Make life pro-choice....in a sense it already is really but it isn't made clear to people. It's as if free will is continuously slowly being taken away. Does any of that make sense to anyone?