This question asks about what a person should do after their psychiatrist brought up the concept of euthanasia.
This is a tricky question, because at its heart, it's a question about whether an individual clinical action (a psychiatrist discussing death in an emotionally provocative manner) is correct or not. There is a layered on question about the frequency of this particular clinical action in different political regions, but as per the comments, it looks like the primary question is "my doctor's clinical decision was wrong, what should I do about it?"
I believe those questions, provided they are about a clinical action, are off topic for the same reason we can't give personal medical advice. We can't evaluate the correctness of the action without all the specific personal information. Questions that are about a non-clinical action (e.g., having a romantic relationship with a patient) may be off topic as well, but that should probably be a different question.