Very well said. Humans are such fascinating creatures... what one of us can accept and handle when another cannot doesn't always make sense. Some people are able to deal with physical traumas yet find themselves really needing help with psychological matters... then there are those that can quickly find peace mentally with something, but their physical pain threshold is so low, they can't cope with physical pain.
We are not hear to judge each other. We should not turn our traumatic events into a competition. Trust me, no matter how well equipped you are to handle your own problems, you can not project that on another person. It's not fair or right.
If this is true, then my personal opinion of you has just fallen very far. Suicide is the most selfish thing any person can do to those they care about. Life is never, EVER so bad that you should end yours just to cope. It's such a cowardly way out. And before you go throwing stones. My grandfather took his own life with a shotgun and my aunt walked in to find him. My second husband tied a plastic bag around his head and filled it with helium, leaving me to find his dead, cold, corpse. My cousin's brother in law killed himself with drugs. I've had more experience with suicide than most people do. Going through those traumas, I've learned to cope and deal with them, but few people respond the same way to suicides.Just like I tried to kill myself over a grading fluke in my first physics final.