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Posted in: Suicide in Japan See in context

The rate can be deceiving. If you have a large percent of a very small population jumping ship, suddenly, it can look like a gross problem.

The total numbers must also be looked at.

For example, in the USA, almost the same 33k~ or so jump ship despite the presence of 'the Happiest Place on Earth' and other nice aspects of life here. 11th ranked killer of Americans.

So even though we don't have the same rate, we've got the huge numbers as well. Add to that, soldiers going heavely awol is yet another US problem.

That said, who dictates when YOU get to go? Who's in charge of YOUR life? YOU want to be hooked up to tubes forever? Or go when you want to go? Die in pain? Or die by choice?

It's not as if we are all to live FOREVER, and those who face death know that they are making a choice as to WHEN - since they know they can't stall the fact they WILL go someday.

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