People that commit suicide are not cowards.It takes a certain amount of bravery to kill yourself. I dare you to do it right now. If you're still reading, you didn't. One may argue that the pain is so bad leading to a suicide to the point that suicide takes no bravery. But it does. I may argue that a coward may continue to live, to get bashed around, clinging onto a sliver of hope, and continue to get bashed and bashed.
Suicide is not selfish. One decides when to die, it should be a right for everybody. Nobody has a right to tell a person when to die. When you tell others not to die, to a certain extent you are pushing your ideas on them. And for what? So they can live for a while then die. Because everybody dies.
In life, you do whatever you see is fit, you decide what to do with yourself. If that requires suicide, so be it. Now, suicide is not something you snap out of. You don't tell a person who stepped on a grenade and had their leg blown off to 'walk it off'. Neither would you tell a veteran with PTSD to 'man up'. Depression is a mental disorder. All organisms were made and designed to want to survive. To go against that would be perverse, and abnormal. It means you have a mental disorder. Therefore, suicide is not a choice, because you decide to kill yourself under the influence of the mental disorder.
And you know what? It makes sense. Eventually, a bit far off, but way sooner than you will give credit for, your life will pass by and you will die. When you die, nothing matters. You won't be alive to feel content for whatever you have done. It's nothingness. Nobody will remember you existed. Nobody will care. There are no higher plans. Humans are animals, and animals live to reproduce. You've had your chance. Now is the time to die.
"Here's the reality though: Survival is an illusion. I'm not going to survive, and neither are you. We enjoy stories with happy endings because it gives us the illusion that the characters live happily forever. It's a form of denial. Humans do whatever they can to not have to admit that their lives are coming to an end. Every single moment you're alive puts you one step closer to the grave. You are literally dying RIGHT NOW. With this is mind, why do people feel it's so important to fight the inevitable?"