Reaction Paper About Suicide

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Every year 1 million have been reported of making a suicide attempt. Worldwide, 800,000 people die due to suicide every year. In the last 45 years suicide rates have increased by 60% worldwide. Suicide has become one of the bid problem in this world and everywhere suicide is affecting someone. It is a day-to-day experience and everyday news in our society. You may be wondering what exactly is Suicide. Suicide is the act of someone voluntary or intentionally taking there own life. Suicide is the 3rd leading cause to death. People commit suicide because they either have depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, personality disorders or many more. Most of the time people who deal with these mental illness don't speak about…show more content…
Bullying can happen anywhere. It can happen at work, school, or even on the streets.Bullying and suicide have a strong like together. Way too many people have taken their own lives because they have been bullied repeatedly. Statistics say that bully victims are more likely to commit suicide than non-victims. If a person is being emotionally or physically abuse they are bad either way. 160,000 kids stay home a day because they are afraid to encounter their bully. And 30% of students are either bullies or victims of bullying. So if you ever see bullying occuring it is important to do something about it because that can eventually lead to that person taking there own life. Another dangerous warning sign is hopelessness. Studies have found that hopelessness is a strong predictor of suicide. People that are in a unbearable state have nowhere to look forward to.Examples of hopelessness is thinking that things will never get better or they don't have a solution to a problem or they just don't try no more. And when people think like this they just commit suicide. They think it's nothing left for them.. There will always be some kind of sign that a person is suicidal, depressed or sad. They might try to fake it but on the inside they are
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