I had to think about this today. I bet that many christians would simply say something like "Nobody has to commit suicide" and that God always offers another way out. But what if somebody simply has no real control over himself? I read that a woman which was in a test group for an antidepressant killed herself in the taper off phase! And this woman was healthy. While getting off the antidepressant something must have happened in her brain which simply made her do it. There are things which you simply cannot control and I want to see those which simply say stuff like "nobody has to" what they would be doing if they all of a sudden lacked certain neurotransmitters. What do you do then? What if a reaction in your brain simply makes you do it? Do you think that God would simply send such a person to hell and that God has no understanding for something like this and God would simply say "you didnt have to do it"? It is really scary when you think about how dependent you are on things such as neurotransmitters. If you only lack 1mg of a certain substance it can make you freak out and kill yourself. Does this not make us look like puppets which have no control over themselves? I think this is very scary when you realize that you could simply kill yourself if you lacked a certain substance in your brain. Maybe you think that you would never do this but this woman also did it. A healthy woman killed herself while getting off an antidepressant. This is scary. I think that it is like being drunk when you are drunk then you cannot control yourself. If somebody made you drunk and you would sin while being drunk would you be responsible for it? Now where is the difference between somebody who commits suicide because of an imbalance? Is he responsible for it? Or do you think that God "understands" such things?