This documentary shows a man choosing to take his own life with the help of a doctor, and the support of his family. It is just so sad, that sometimes it is difficult to know what to say about the wrongs of euthanasia, especially when you see it upfront. But I suppose the fact still remains that killing (taking of a human life) is still sin before God, no matter the circumstances around it. It does not matter that you are suffering greatly or are depressed or that deciding to live will have a lot more "stress" and "pain" than dying. Sin is sin before God.
What I can say however, is that God gives grace to those who obey Him and follow His will.
Besides, life will definitely NOT be more stressful or painful than death if you choose to commit suicide. For the same reason that if you disobey God, you will end up in hell. And hell... well. hell on earth is NOTHING compared to the real thing. I know I'm saying this really ungracefully, but I can't think of any other way to put it that will still convey the same urgency and importance.
Here's the documentary:
Euthanasia debate reignited