To all psychos from euthanasia
I have a short confession, but enough to dispel the doubts of geniuses who support euthanasia. My wife had a tragic accident, her car was roofing, goatling and hitting the pole, Anna was taken out by three firefighters because the car looked like a crushed can. She had a broken spine and it was in a few places, only a lucky patch of luck made her not break her spinal cord. She was beaten, with a concussion, swelling of anything that could swell, a broken hip bone... a pile of misery.
They put her in the hospital, I was sitting by her bedside every day, and Anna, soaked in a lot of drugs and traumatized, hardly spoke to me. Our dog was killed in the accident, he was riding on the back seat without security and hitting him killed him in a second. Anna experienced this at times more than her condition - such a typical stress transfer. However, once it turned out that the pain was already unbearable for her - the doctors suspected that brain swelling might leave some consequences and Anna started talking about euthanasia. At first I thought it was just a shock, but no - she was depressed overnight, she was afraid of the consequences of the accident, that she would be a "vegetable", she would be in a wheelchair and she didn't want that. That her life will no longer be the same (active sports, successes in this field, planned pregnancy), so euthanasia is her salvation.
And now, if it was legal in our country, what could I do? She was so shocked that even I wasn't enough for her to stop thinking about...well, about suicide. If she was legal, my wife would have committed suicide out of sadness, and that's legal. To "ease the suffering." Yeah, she's actually in a wheelchair, but the feeling in her legs will probably come back, just not right away. Imagine how, with legal euthanasia, the doctors would tell me: "Your wife has decided she doesn't want to get tired." And yet it was temporary!
I think that with the others... people do. That in their suffering they make this decision, and then their families regret it, and who knows, maybe they also despair, looking down on them, that they made a mistake... Euthanasia is pure evil.