Suicide, Depression, Drugs and Mental Health

 Suicide no matter if it is from drug abuse, depression, or not BEING  able to handle life on life terms

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Suicide and suicidal behaviors usually occur in people with one or more of the following

Bipolar disorder

Borderline personality disorder


Drug or alcohol dependence


Many who make a suicide attempt are seeking relief from:

Stressful life issues, such as serious financial or relationship problems

Feeling ashamed, guilty, or like a burden to others

Feeling like a victim

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Suicidal behaviors may occur when there is a situation or event that the person finds overwhelming, such as:

Aging (the elderly have the highest rate of suicide)

Death of a loved one

Dependence on drugs or alcohol

Emotional trauma

Serious physical illness

Unemployment or money problems

Risk factors for suicide in teenagers include:

Access to guns

Family member who committed suicide

History of hurting themselves on purpose

History of being neglected or abused

Living in communities where there have been recent outbreaks of suicide in young people

Romantic breakup

People who try to commit suicide are often trying to get away from a life situation that seems impossible to deal with. 


If you know someone who talks about suicide LISTEN AND GET HELP call the SUICIDE PREVENTION HOTLINE 

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline – Suicide Prevention Crisis …



National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK (8255): Suicide hotline, 24/7 free and confidential, nationwide network of crisis centers.


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