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Suicide is the act of taking away one’s own life. Suicide, to me, is one’s irrational desire to die. This is because suicide can never be a solution to end problems. Suicide, in my opinion is a permanent solution to a temporary problem. This is because every problem that we face definitely has its own solution. There will always be a way to solve a problem. Suicide is a sign of major depression. Only cowards will take suicide as a solution and will never think of an alternative solution towards his/hers problem. At some point in our lives, most of us will definitely experience certain periods of sadness, worry or despair. While it is completely normal for a healthy person to have these types of responses to pain resulting from loss,…show more content…
If not that, they might also be depressed thinking that they were not there for the one who committed suicide. According to researches, suicide is the third most common cause of death amongst adolescents between 15-24 years of age, and the sixth most common cause of death amongst the 5-14 year olds. It is estimated that over half of all teens suffering from depression will attempt suicide at least once, and of those teens, roughly seven percentages will succeed on the first try. It has become paramount that teenager nowadays commit suicide just to escape from problem without thinking rationally and made it a norm as its solution towards the problem faced. Teenagers are especially vulnerable to the threat of suicide, because in addition to increased stress from school, work and peers, teens are also dealing with hormonal fluctuations that can complicate even the most normal situations. Due to these social and personal changes, teens are also at higher risk for depression, which can also increase feelings of despair and the desire to commit suicide. Teen girls are statistically twice as likely as their male counterparts to attempt suicide. However teen guys are succeed more in committing suicide. In conclusion, no matter what, to me, suicide is never a way to solve a

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