Well this is a very controversial topic... But basically I was reading this article ( http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/herefor...rcs/7676812.stm ) and it started to make me think about the way we currently work in this country, where potentially the legal system in the UK could charge anyone involved in helping people assist in the suicide, ie family members. I know how I feel and have made my wishes clear to my family, that if anything happend to me where I couldn't make a choice and I had no way of life o, I would want to be helped to take my own life. Now I know there are various religious factors involved, personally I am not a religious person but would class myself as a christian... I feel people should have a choice if they want to die, and if they require the help, they should be allowed to ask for it, isn't it better for family's and the individual to enjoy their time on earth, why should family members be put through the final moments of a disease which sees a loved one waste away. So what are your views on Assisted Suicide? Have you asked the question of what you would want to happen?