A 47-year-old man approaches suicide in a serious manner: He jumps from the 13th floor of his Manhattan apartment building. Yes, that kind of leap indicates the determination to succeed.
Then the worst-case scenario took place. He survived. The DailyMail reports that he is in critical condition at Beth Israel.
Unfortunately, if he recovers he will likely be saddled with life-long medical problems.
In central Connecticut a graduate of Yale's management school and a former employee in advertising didn't die when he jumped off a cliff. He has a bipolar condition.
Instead of dying, he endured brain damage. The only work he can get is menial. Post-jump he lacks the necessary cognitive ability to put together another try.
The reality is that suicide is often difficult to complete. Should those who have made the decision to take their own life have legal medical assistance?
That prevents the horrific consequences of failed attempts. In Belgium, such assistance is available. And, it's through a Roman Catholic organization.
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