I get in people's faces and tell them to mind their own business. Basically, I don't take people giving me attitude and a smartmouth very well. I get right back in their faces. But there are just some people who can't do that. Who can't shake things off or stick up for themselves. And somehow those are the ones preps and people bashers find.
Iím like that. Because I stop fights I people say that I Iím interfering. What I say is YES IM AM AND WITH GOOD REASON TOU IDIOT. No one thinks what can happen when people fight. Damn morons. I tell people what I think as well and as im a nutcase what ever they say goes through one ear and straight out the other.
But I dont stand up myself but I do for my friends. Insane right?
Ok in the past 25 odd years suicide has decreased but for those who are at the age between 15 and 25, it has tripled.
Suicide is Considered 2 be the second or third cause of death.
Getting in trouble in school or with the law, fighting with parents, and other behavioural problems are the third risk factor for suicide.
Half of all children who have made one suicide attempt will make another
Because of depression some teens try drugs and or alcohol to relieve the depression, but they also cause depression.
Some young people who have never expressed a suicidal thought in their life, have taken their own lives when they got drunk to ease the pain of a disappointment or even a lost of someone or thing.
If you have a gun in your home, you are five times more likely to have a suicide in your house than homes without a gun. So logic would tell you 2 get rid of it but no people still keep guns in the house even after someone has attempted suicide. Some people who commit suicide do it as an impulse. And having a gun in the house makes it a little more lethal.
It is also important to limit the person's access to large amounts of medication, or other lethal means of committing suicide.
The majorities of suicide attempts are expressions of extreme distress and are not just looking 4 attention.
Some children who take their own lives are indeed the opposite of the rebellious teen.
Other factors of suicide include a family history of depression or substance abuse, and a recent traumatic event.
A traumatic event, which can seem minor, viewed from an adult perspective, is enough to push them over the edge into a severe depression and kill themselves
Any suicidal gesture, no matter how "harmless" it seems, demands immediate professional attention.
Take a risk and get involved. If you suspect suicidal thoughts or behaviour, ask s/he directly if s/he is considering suicide.
The severity of the problem should be judged from the teen's perception, not by adult standards.
If someone thinks something as a problem then it is a problem for him or her.
Never agree to keep the discussion of suicide with a teen a secret. Agree to give help and support in getting professional help.
Imminent danger signs for suicide include:
Talking about death and wanting to die.
Suicidal thoughts, plans, or fantasies.
Previous suicide attempts.
Friends who have attempted suicide.
Giving away personal possessions
Telling a friend about suicidal plans.
Writing a note.
Parents and friends should not hesitate to get help and you should never leave a suicidal person alone.Facts on Suicide
Suicide attempts are up to 20 times more frequent than completed suicides.
Women attempt suicide more than men do but, men commit suicide more than women do.
Although suicide rates have traditionally been highest among elderly males, rates among young people have been increasing to such an extent that they are now the group at highest risk in most countries
Mental disorders (particularly depression and substance abuse) are associated with more than 90% of all cases of suicide. However, suicide results from many complex sociol cultural factors and is more likely to occur during periods of socioeconomic, family and individual crisisFor the US
More people die from suicide than from homicide. In 1997, there were 1.5 times as many suicides as homicides.
Overall, suicide is the eighth leading cause of death for all Americans, and is the third leading cause of death for young people between the age of 15-24.
Males are four times more likely to die from suicide than are females. However, females are more likely to attempt suicide than are males.