I have something called MSA. I'll be dead in a couple of years, and I don't want to drag my wife down with me. After 20 years of marriage, she is doing all she can to keep me alive, but I think she's beginning to resent her situation and deserves a pleasant change.
I have working plans for a device that will end my life quickly and painlessly, inexpensively and pretty-much without a mess, but someone will still have to see my dead body in order to hide the device from a coroner who might declare my death as a suicide. I have a few life insurance policies that will be voided by suicide.
My wife isn't affectionate, anymore--I have to ask her for kisses now--and she is always angry (I mean, every waking hour). The most difficult aspect for me is realizing we have been intimate maybe three times in as many years. The few times expressed desire for her, she ridiculed me. I believe it's safe to say that our marriage is mostly loveless, now.
Should I ask her to hide the device so she can collect insurance?
Is this "wrong?"