Why do people commit suicide?
Recent studies have discovered that people that suffer from Dual or Co-Occurring Disorders have a greater potential on committing suicide than the ones that are considered to be healthy from this point of view. But, of course there are many other causes that can bring a suicidal action.
Many support groups have been formed for the ones that are dealing with the pain of loosing someone their loved to a suicide attitude. A very common reaction that suicide survivors experience is the withdrawal and the lack of contact with exterior world. These individuals isolate themselves from their friends and families and are always analyzing their feelings and of course, they are not satisfied at all with their lives, even if, in most cases, they are actually declaring themselves very happy.
On the other hand, they can decide to dedicate themselves to work and do nothing else except work. And this is their own way to deal with their pain of losing the one they loved. But, this pain is actually amplified by the blame people put on themselves. Understanding the fact that a suicide attitude is no one’s blame is the first step on the healing process. Another thing that characterize those that have lost someone because that person decided to take his or her own life away, is the fact that they keep the pain inside and they do not want to share their thoughts and feelings.
But the most important element that produces the drama for such individuals is the question “could I prevent this from happening?” The reality is that there are some warning signs, but they are, in general, ignored by many people. However, an individual that suffer from a sever depression that conducts to suicide is also an unforeseeable person and you can never know what to expect, at least this is what specialists consider, so no one should be blamed for this cruel decision.
But why do people commit suicide after all? Experts say that this is their response and the only way they see as possible to get rid of extreme stress, depression, emotional problems, abuse, poverty, financial problems, health issues, disability, all these elements being seen by different individuals as unable to ever be treated or eliminated.
For individuals that commit suicide this is actually the only way they see to deal with their problems. And in most cases, a suicide interferes after many attempts, because the one that tries once to take his life away will definitely continue trying until managing to accomplish this wish.
According to specialists, depression is today the biggest cause in suicidal cases because this disease can be very difficult to treat, and most of the times there, are not treatments that can help a patient pass a depressive period. Severe depression can also determine other conditions, because recently specialists have discovered that there is a link between Alzheimer and this disease. But, what to do or how can you avoid such a situation? Specialists say that when the first sings of depression occur, patients should see immediately a doctor, because even if the cure is not very easy to achieve, the disease can be kept under control with medical assistance.11