Domestic life can be an extremely transforming to opinions on suicide to the teenage youth community. In a journal article this fact was found “Many teenagers feel trapped and powerless from domestic abuse and thus believe that suicide is the only way out” (World mental health, Elsevier’s Research page.2). This quote essentially means those teenagers who experience effects such as being beaten at home or harmed are more likely to have suicidal thoughts and perhaps even go through with it. With this information it is able to be extracted that teenagers experiencing trouble at home are the ones who have additional suicidal thoughts, thus showing how domestic house hold connects to suicide. Another reason this is true is based on the fact gained from “Why Suicide?” book which stated “39% of all youth suicides are completed by young people who have lost someone of influence or significance for them to think about or commit suicide”(Why suicide, page 48).
This issue is very high in adolescent nowadays, and the rates are increasing. There are a number a reasons why adolescent take their own lives, or even have thoughts of doing so. The possible mental illness him or her has, or their experience and perception of life has been pushed to the point where they cannot handle living anymore. Although it is said that suicide in adolescents and young adults is ridiculous, and that they are being selfish, but wanting to end their own lives happens to them too. Types of Suicide According to Emile Durkheim, there are four different types of suicide.
What causes people to want to end their lives intentionally, especially teenagers? There are many causes for someone wanting to commit suicide. Depression is one of the main cause. Depression can have serious consequences if it is left untreated. If left untreated, depression can cause suicide.
Why Are So Many Teens Depressed? Depression is very common in teens, as a matter of fact, most teenagers in this generation are depressed, mainly because of the stress from school or at home, sadness, bullying like name calling and body shaming, and more. Moreover, depression can affect how teens think or behave which results to emotional and physical problems. Teens can be an introvert, have anger issues, have anxiety, frequent mood swings and be bipolar. People surrounding a depressed person have a huge influence on how the victim could cope up with the situation, some people tend to have high expectations and sometimes they would pressure the victim, which can make the victim even more depressed.
Among the victims of depression, teenagers are one of the groups which suffer the most. So, what causes teenagers to feel depressed so often? The main reason is because teenagers are in the adolescence stage. In this stage, teenagers face many physical, emotional, psychological and social changes. These changes make them start to care more about themselves in this world.
This focuses on how negative stress can be to the society. It is said that it is a state of mental or emotional strain that can cause serious illness that can also lead to depression. For some serious matter it results to people ending their lives. This study’s purpose is to develop a
PRL3012 Assignment 2 Qualitative Research Report 1.0 Introduction Suicide among college students has become a serious problems in Malaysia. The Malaysian Psychiatric Association (2014) has revealed that approximately seven people in Malaysia intend to kill themselves each day. Additionally, the research conducted by Malaysian Psychiatric Association (2014) obtained a results which young adults aged 18 to 23 have the highest suicide rates and majority of them who often have the intention to commit suicide due to various reasons are mostly college students. This research report is focusing on study the suicidal behavior among college students aged 18-23 through qualitative approach and qualitative methods. 2.0 Research Goal This research is aims to gain insights into attitudes towards suicidal behavior and to understand the perceptions associated with suicidal behavior among college students between the ages of 18 to 23 within Han Chiang College campus community.
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