The Problem Of Suicide And Suicide Essay

793 Words Nov 29th, 2015 4 Pages
The conversation is becoming more complex as people continue to take their lives for various reasons. Unfortunately far too many people are seeing this as a solution and not a problem to the problem. Suicide has aroused a surprisingly wide range of reactions—confusion, dismissal, heroic glorification, compassion, rage, ethical or religious condemnation—but it is never uncontroversial. Who are we as people to pass judgement and label people according to their struggles? How do we know what demons people have to deal with on a daily basis that will oppress their mind into thinking this is the perfect answer. Cowardly act is a far-fetched term to describe a sickness such as suicide. Many people think that suicide occurs in people that have one or more of the following mental disorders such as bi-polar disorder, schizophrenia, border line personality disorder, depression, drug and alcohol dependence or stressful life issues, such as serious financial or relationship problems. People who try to kill themselves are often trying to escape a life situation that seems impossible to deal with at the moment. Some of their feelings may consist of feeling rejected, ashamed, guilty, loss or loneliness and feeling like a victim. These feelings are just temporarily. There’s hope, people can get counseling, medication, join a support group, and talk to a friend or a family member. Up into the 1980’s, the accepted view in psychiatry was that people who committed suicide were, by…

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