What Are The Four Types Of Suicide

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Suicide is the act of intentionally causing one's own death (Williams, 2006) and is other people’s way on escaping reality and suffering. It is mainly caused by depression where it changes someone’s thinking, attitude, and act. This is the time when they felt like there is no hope left but to end their life. The most usually utilized technique for suicide differs amongst nations and it usually depends on the accessibility on the viable means (Yip, 2012). Comorbidity of psychiatric disorders, particularly of mood, disruptive, and substance abuse disorders, significantly increases the risk for youth suicide and suicidal behavior (Cash & Bridge, 2009). It was found that in 2012 alone, as many as seven Filipinos took their own lives in a day having a rate of one person committing suicide every three and a half hours (Butuyan, 2017). Thus, gender plays an important role in the youth’s…show more content…
1. Egoistic Suicide mirrors a drawn out feeling of not having a place, of not being incorporated in a group (Durkheim, 1897). According to Thompson (1982), Durkheim found that suicide occurred more often among unmarried people, especially unmarried men, whom he found had less to bind and connect them to stable social norms and goals.
2. Altruistic Suicide is described by a feeling of being overpowered by your group’s objectives and convictions (Harriford, 2008).
3. Anomic Suicide reflects an individual's ethical disarray and absence of social heading, which is identified with emotional social and financial change (Harriford, 2008). This is when a person does not know what they want and often lead to disappointments.
4. Fatalistic Suicide happens when a person is unnecessarily managed, when they are hindered from their goals and ambitions by oppressive discipline (Durkheim, 1897).
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