There’s Always Hope

By Adama Barrow

After accidental accidents, suicide is the second most common cause of death for teenagers between the ages of 14 and 18 in high school. The rise of suicide, it is expanding rather quickly than expected. Lotta kids, especially in high school are committing suicide due to depression, or feeling unwanted or feeling lonely, etc.

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Now researchers have shown that suicide isn’t disaffecting middle schoolers, but young kids such as elementary school, kids in middle school is also. The definition of suicide is the act of intentionally causing one’s own death. People always think that suicide is just a way out. Suicide is not the way out, people struggle with daily mental health and mental illnesses that they try the best to come by, but they can’t. Depression is also many leading causes that leads to suicide. Will allow people don’t understand is that friends and schools also lead to depression. When people feel complete loneliness, it’s hard to find a reason to stay alive. When you go to school every day, and you have no friends, you’re stressed from all your schoolwork you come home your parents are yelling at you.

 People that commit suicide, are not selfish at all, they always try their best sometimes in their mind the way out or the best situation is just to leave this cruel world. Almost everyone experiences suicidal thoughts at some point in their lives. Everybody has challenges, but some people face them more severely than others due to their individual circumstances, past trauma, illnesses, social standing, or ability to cope with depressive moods.

https://www.cdc.gov/suicide/index.html

People are more likely to take their own lives when they believe that nothing can be done to improve their current condition and feel powerless to do anything. Suicide frequently results from depression, drug usage, money issues, and interpersonal connection issues. Although crisis hotlines have been established to assist those who are suicidal, it is still unclear whether or not they actually work.

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