Sometimes they show their true hands.
If this keeps up, there will be a social expectation created that suicide is the right and proper way out — and not just for those with terminal illnesses.
The latest example comes in a New Yorker essay by Cory Taylor, a woman with a terminal illness.
The last thing this country needs are courts imposing extra-democratically a radical social revolution against venerable values and mores.
My mother died of Alzheimer’s in my home last year. My uncle died of it several years ago. Believe me, I know what Alzheimer’s is like.