Warning: topic contains elements of suicide So I am in the process of writing a high fantasy novel. I have most of the characters, and stuff worked out; but I have a couple of problems, this one is one of the big ones. Jasson (Jawson), the 15 year old rightful king, and rebellion leader, also one of the would be heros. Becomes completely paralyzed, (He was hit on the upper back with a sword, by one of the bad guys). After 6 months of being unable to move, and unable to do anything on his own. Jasson asks his twin sister Skye to help him commit suicide. (Yes I know his death will fall under the term assisted suicide.) What I am having trouble with is the feelings of both characters. Jasson knows what he wants. The idea of continuing to live in his present state is unbearable. However Jasson is afraid to leave Skye alone, (they have only one another) to lead the rebellion on her own. He also is afraid to appear week, by asking Skye for release. Jasson also didn't want to be remembered for this alone. Skye is not exactly surprised by her twins request. But she is unsure, and by it. She is unsure of how to react to such a request, especially from he brother. Who she has always viewed as the strongest, smarter, and braver, of the two of them. But she also understands why Jasson is asking this of her. In other words, Skye is frightened, confused and unsure of what to say, or do. I am finding it difficult to find a way to get these emotions on to paper. PLEASE HELP ME!