Being incapable of helping a loved one to die when they are at the end of their life, suffering and asking for help is undignified and wrong, and I know this having witnessed it myself at close hand.
We have no control over how we arrive in the world, but at the end of life we should have legal control over how we leave it.
Always Look on the Bright Side of Death
As a minister of religion I have seen so much needless suffering by those who are dying and so much anguish by relatives looking on
Dignity in Dying, 181 Oxford Street, London, W1D 2JT
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Huge pressure for change in the US - Brittany Maynard’s Memory Is Helping Us Achieve Death With Dignity @BCoombsLee ti.me/1yRlK3r"
@Jrny_Man @UKIP @Nigel_Farage @UKLabour @Conservatives @LibDems likely most will commit to a free vote but not take an official view
@Jrny_Man @UKIP @UKLabour @Conservatives @LibDems Lib Dems have policy of support but none of these have it their manifesto, the Greens may
@KateAitken1 similar but different, no request for help in that story
@catgarrod @notdeadyetuk but terminally ill people who want the option to control the inevitable are not suicidal. We can recognise that
@catgarrod @notdeadyetuk we do, yes
He asked many times why his suffering was being prolonged
He could have faced the end with those he loved by his side.
My mother suffered terribly and unnecessarily at the end of her life because she did not have the choice of an assisted death
Once treatment began pain levels rose daily. I kept thinking the pain must have peaked, but it continued to increase.
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I am entirely persuaded of the ethical case for giving people the right to seek assistance in dying when they have a terminal illness with symptoms that are both unbearable and unable to be alleviated by good care.
I want to give assurance to the people I love that the circumstances of their death will be 'good', to be celebrated and their final hours will be reflective of a life well lived.
I strongly believe that -with the right provisos and controls - a person should have a right to end their life with dignity if that is their wish.
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