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  • 1. Suicide
  • 2. Do you ever feel hurt or worthless?
  • 3. Do you feel like nobody loves you or accepts you?
  • 4. Do you ever just want to escape all your problems?
  • 5. This is NORMAL!
  • 6. As a teen, you Will face many Problems. . . .
  • 7. but suicide is never the answer!
  • 8. Why do teens commit suicide?
  • 9. Drug & Alcohol Drug and Alcohol abuse, mixed With Depression, increase the risk of Suicide.
  • 10. Family violence Violence within the family teaches teens that it’s the Only answer to their problems.
  • 11. Depression Feelings of Unhappiness and low self-worth can trigger suicide.
  • 12. Firearms at Home Easy access To guns Make it Easier for Teens to Commit suicide
  • 13. Failure Although everyone experiences failure in life, some teens maybe unable to cope With their feelings of worthlessness.
  • 14. Recent Loss The loss of a loved One can be a traumatic experiences and can cause feelings of loneliness and hurt. It may lead a teen to think that suicide is the only answer to pain.
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  • 19. If you have experienced Any thoughts Of suicide. . .
  • 20. Call a suicide Hotline 1-800-SUICIDE
  • 21. Suicide is the 6 th leading cause of young people ages 5-14 and the 3 rd leading cause of death for people ages 15-24.
  • 22. TALK TO SOMEONE!
  • 23. It happens every 100 minutes!
  • 24. Know the warning signs. Someone may be Suicidal if they. . .
  • 25. Give away their possessions….
  • 26. Engage in drinking or drugs. . .
  • 27. Isolate themselves from friends and family. . .
  • 28. Experience changes in their eating and sleeping habits. . . .
  • 29. Or talk about death.
  • 30. Be there for them.
  • 31. Remember! They Need You!

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