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    what you have learned about suicide and suicide prevention With heavy emotional impact to the survivor, suicide is a dreadful event. Perhaps, a person must be hopeless that he/she can see no other choices. To escape suffering that has become unbearable, suicide is a desperate attempt. Bewildered by feelings of self abhorrence, hopelessness, and loneliness, a suicidal person cannot see any way of finding remedies except through death. But how can we help resolve the issue? Suicidal prevention begins with acknowledging the warning signs and taking them seriously. Assuming that the person is only seeking attention is potentially dangerous. I guess, talking openly about suicidal thoughts and feelings can save a life. Listening is such a good tool. Let the suicidal person get it off his/her chest. Let them ventilate anger. No matter how negative the person's assertion may be, the fact that he/she spews it out is a positive sign. While the person is expressing resentment, it's important to be sympathetic, non-judgmental, and calm. It's also important to ask if the person has a plan of hurting her/himself. The more planning that someone has put into a suicide, the greater the risk.…

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    “I wish I knew they were going to commit suicide!” or “I didn’t even know they were thinking about it!” are just examples of what people say when one of their loved ones or acquaintances commit suicide. Why is suicide known to be a leading cause of death in the United States? Suicide is known to be “the act of taking one’s own life on purpose” and they die as a result of their actions (NIH, 2016). According to the CDC, suicide is the leading cause of death in United States to which in 2013 alone…

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    Depression goes with bullying,cyber bullying,stress,and suicide prevention.Depression can start from them things.Depression comes from being upset,sad,or unhappy with how life is going.Bullying and cyberbullying can cause people to be upset and sad due to all the effects it causes a person.Stress comes from being overworked or stuff in there life that is complicated and worries them a lot.Suicide and suicide prevention is when someone has thoughts of killing themselves or hurting themselves and…

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    conceptualize a cheerful, exuberant life rather than assimilate the ghastly denouement of a permanent departure? Unfortunately, for some, this thought process is a constant, daily battle that the nation as equal human beings can not neglect any longer. Although there are many ways to prevent suicide, suicide prevention does not occur enough. One can not be uninvolved with suicide prevention. One can not be unaffiliated with suicide prevention. One can not be unconcerned with suicide prevention.…

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    Although suicide is the one of the leading cause of deaths in the United States, it has been on the rise in kids. The rate of suicide deaths among children have increased over the years. Suicide is not an unintentional accident, but it is teens who intend to kill themselves. It could be due to a certain mental health problem. This includes depression, anxiety, drug or alcohol abuse. Some might even experience sexual or physical abuse (Healthy Children, 2016). Men is also more likely to die by…

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    A5. ASPECTS NOT BEING ADDRESSED Some of the potential barriers to suicide prevention include the stigma associated with suicide and suicide ideation, lack of primary prevention strategies and programs. The community does not prioritize primary suicide prevention. It appears as if the community does not apparently understand the concept of primarily suicide prevention. In addition, the community is compliant with school bullying culture, which leaves vulnerable adolescents without a recourse…

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    Ciffone, J. (2007). Suicide Prevention: An analysis and replication of a curriculum-based high school program. Social Work, 52(1), 41-49. doi: 10.1093/sw/52.1.41 This study evaluates the effectiveness of the South Elgin High School (SEHS) Suicide Prevention Program on changing attitudes about suicide. Researchers selected 421 students from health classes at 2 schools in Illinois, assigned them to the treatment group or the control group, and gave both groups an 8 question survey that measured…

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    Each year in the United States, 31,000 commit suicide. Despite the fact that women attempt suicide more than men, men often succeed at ending life when attempting suicide. Traumatic events such as sexual trauma or physical assault can place people at higher risks for suicide (Tull, 2009). An examination of suicide amongst war vet performed by MDPI revealed that the suicide is prevalent amongst certain social groups and certain topics come up such as are the members of these groups at higher…

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    During the last 10 years, new means of suicide prevention efforts have generated valuable information on risk and protective factors, empirically based methods for preventing suicidal behavior, and enhanced research methods. During this period, the following developments have been observed in the area of suicide prevention; “A proliferation of curriculum-based suicide prevention programs in schools accompanied by increased attention and concerns voiced over format, goals, theoretic…

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    responding to an armed person that is threating suicide in your neighborhood please stay away from doors and windows. This is affecting people we know and love people in our workplace, children our kids go to school with and our families. Suicide is defined as, “the act or an instance of taking one 's own life voluntarily and intentionally.”…

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