I could not help, but wonder why is 'suicide' a bad thing?

Seau made a choice, and he owed no one that choice (not even to his children). We should respect that choice as we respect the man.

His sacrifice, in my opinion, isn't any different to those who make sacrifices in war or such. I am not equivalent this with military, but the point being that the choice has been made.

Rest assured, I said that with a heavy heart. Seau was among my favorite players. I took a great pleasure to say "JUNIOR SEAU" just to give me the adrenaline rush, but anymore...

EDIT: I intend not to upset any of you, and I acknowledge that my rationale does not lie along with the prevailing communitarian philosophy that is shared in our country.