Would you miss your adult son if he was a complete loser? (Assume you had a son, if you don't actually have one) People always say that suicidal people should not commit suicide because of the negative affect it will have on their family. But is this always the case? In some cases, would the death of an adult son be a relief? For example, would you miss the loss of a adult son who has the problems listed below? 1. Extremely shy and anxious to the point that he can't work a full-time job. He is stuck in his current part-time job and can't change because he panics during new social experiences. If he loses that job, he will probably just be an unemployed man who hangs around the house. 2. You've helped him with school, only to discover that he will not be able to graduate because he can't complete a public speaking class. 3. He lives at your house even though he is almost 30, and may not ever become self-sustaining because of severe social issues. 4. He has chronic physical health problems 5. He is boring and depressing to be around 6. He use to abuse hard drugs and alcohol 7. He had numerous opportunities as a child because of your hard work, but he still grew up to be a loser. 8. He fails at every new endeavor he pursues because of extremely low-self esteem, physical health problems, and/or social anxiety. 9. His mental and physical health problems do not respond to any treatments. As a mother, wouldn't you be relieved to no longer have to deal with, live with, and worry about someone like the person describe above? I'm just curious because I plan on buying a 12 gauge shotgun, studying the anatomy of the brain, and then, making a sincere attempt. But, I don't really want to do it if my mother will be very distraught. If she's just a little sad, that's OK. I just don't want her to be very distraught. P.S., Please answer honestly. I will be able to tell if you-all are being insincere.