Suicide is always an option. That is, if one is intent on taking their life, they make the decision and it may not be possible to intervene.
However,'options' don't discriminate between right and wrong, they just exist and have ever since since the original 'garden party'.
While there is no foundation for my 'hypothesis', from my romantic point of view, Adam was the first 'suicide', having chosen to do so knowing Eve was soon to die for her susceptibility to temptation.
Two of my own family members chose this path for reasons of their own. The first was in 1962 and the other in 2000. I consider it a thoughtless selfish act that does not have to happen. That we who remain not only have to tough this life out ourselves, but also carry an undeserved burden of memories, regret and sometimes, even guilt.
Love is not always convincing. The word comes and goes with such ease many feel it is only said in order to obtain something or otherwise manipulate.
Real feelings don't need to be heard. When someone hugs you, what do you feel? Only if they break your ribs or your pocket watch will you hear anything. If its genuine and performed as an act of love, you know it don't you? That goes for any 'acts' however they may be performed.
These feelings make one feel wanted and appreciated. When one feels this way, they want time to never end, and that is something we all can do something about.
Thanks for reading everyone.