Suicides are on a rise these days. One often wonders that how deep-set must be the state of depression and helplessness that leads a person to take his/her life.
This is a serious issue, and we will try to make our best to give a resourceful advice.
By the numbers. Every 40 seconds a person takes his life around the world. This is an staggering number that completely surpasses the death caused by war and homicides altogether. There is no doubt whatsoever that our young generations are taking life in their own hands literally. Sad enough social services are not really taking heed to reduce the rate of suicides in our own Country.
Shortage of subsides in health care and cuts in Insurance payoffs have diminished preventive measurements against this delicate issue.
Coping with suicidal thoughts
These are general live savers that can apply for the person you care about
1.Make them feel that they are not alone. 1 in 6 will go through this
2. They are not weak, flaw or going simply crazy. explain to them that sharing the pain will help them to spread the load of guiltiness
3.Hope is out there and we’ve got to be in contact with them continuously