Like if she really wants to off herself, the only thing standing in her way is the availability of a gun. [h=6]Op-Ed Contributor[/h] [h=1]Please Take Away My Right to a Gun[/h] [h=6]By WENDY BUTTON[/h]http://www.nytimes.com/2013/01/19/opinion/please-take-away-my-right-to-a-gun.html?hp&_r=0 A FEW years ago, I awoke at 2:30 a.m. to more than a â€œrapping, rapping at my chamber door.â€ It was a full-force pounding of a body trying to break into my little house in Washington, D.C. It was the sound and scenario that, as a single woman living alone, I feared more than spiders in the house. ... But since most people like me are more likely to harm ourselves than to turn into mass-murdering monsters, our leaders should do more to keep us safe from ourselves. Please take away my Second Amendment right. Do more to help us protect ourselves because whatâ€™s most likely to wake me in the early hours isnâ€™t a manâ€™s body slamming at my door but depression, that raven, tapping, rapping, banging for relief. I have a better chance of surviving if I never have the option of being able to pull the trigger.