Suffering is part of life, not a pathological manifestation (in most cases). Suffering is what shapes our personalities, makes us more empathetic, have a broader view, being adapted to more diverse types of situations etc. In fact, in some spiritual cultures, like Christian ascetic one, suffering is seen as the purpose of present existence, as a “temporary evil” necessary for attaining a superior understanding on things useful in a next existence. On other hand, intervening in others lives against their consent on the ground of a supposed lack of discernment, is a violation of individual liberties. I can see it only as an expression of the insanity that rules in society and which sees individuals in a simplifiying way, missing the complex nature of rational beings.