Teen suicide is definitely preventable!!!These emotions and actions of teens wanting to kill themselves are unhealthy thoughts that disappoint them in a long run. Due to this we can take pledge to inspire and motivate teens that there is always a purpose in life. It is considered that if anyone is thinking of taking away… Continue reading Some Inspiration for preventing teen suicide in early stage
We’ve never suffered from depression, but I wonder if this is how he or she might have felt: Everyday is a constant struggle just to stay alive, nothing makes you happy, tired of trying to be happy, can’t imagine this dull pain inside your heart forever…with the hopelessness. The feeling that you are all… Continue reading Best advising for Teen Depression
Previous suicide attempts Prior history of sexual, physical, verbal and/or abuse that is emotional Written or verbalized threats Knowledge of methods of suicide Feelings of hopelessness/helplessness Words of anger at self or others Themes of death and depression in verbal, written, or form that is artistic Giving possessions that are away important Talk of not… Continue reading Few warning symptoms & sign for suicide in teens
When deciding if a teen you know has a strategy, think of how deadly their plan is. If a gun is involved the program is much more expected to cause death. Jumping from high places or hanging themselves, are far more deadly plans than taking pills or cutting wrists. Think of whether or not the… Continue reading How to prevent a teen suicide in United States
Suicide is known to end up being the third leading reason behind death for teens in the United States of America, though there are numerous more attempts than actual suicide completions. You can find usually significant signs in teens before an endeavor is ever made. The power of friends as well as others to acknowledge… Continue reading Major Scenarios behind teen suicide in United States
I was talking to a friend who is also a mom. She was worried about her daughter and who she’s been hanging out with at school and on weekends. My friend is divorced, so half the time she has completely no control over her child’s social behavior. (The father is much looser with management). We talked… Continue reading How to have meaningful discussion with Teenagers?
DAYDREAMS I like to imagine a different world, one where I can smile One where I won’t be curled up in bed for a long while This place is happy and has rainbows filled with flowers and blue skies Sun so bright, it glows there are no questions or whys And I like… Continue reading A Poem – INSIDE THE MIND OF A Teenager