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  • 1. Suicide HOANG THUY DUONG BE A2 Nguyen Lan Anh Pham Thi Doan Hoang Thuy Duong Phan Thu Hien
  • 2. Outline
    • General issues
    • II. Suicide methods
    • III. Causes and Effects
    • Recommendation
  • 3. General Issues
    • 1.Definition of suicide
    • 2.Fact and Figures
  • 4. Definition Suicide The act of terminating one’s own life.
  • 5. Definition Suicide method Any means by which a person purposely kills himself or herself
  • 6. Fact and Figures
    • The worldwide
    • Someone commits suicide every 39 seconds-> one of the leading causes of death in the world (WHO)
    • 10 to 20 million non-fatal attempted suicides every year
  • 7. Fact and Figures
    • B. US
    • On average, 88 people die by suicide each day in the U.S.
    • The national suicide rate is 11.1 per 100,000.
    • The highest suicide rate is for 65+ white males = 29.0 per 100,000
    • The highest rate for all ages combined is white males = 17.7 per 100,000
    • The lowest rate for all ages combined is black females = 1.8 per 100,000
  • 8. Fact and Figures
    • C . Images and graphs
  • 9. Fact and Figures
    • C . Images and graphs
  • 10. Suicide methods Chemical method inhibiting the cellular respiration or the diffusion capacity Physical method incapacitating the respiratory system or the central nervous system
  • 11. Physical Methods Bleeding
      • A method of death which is caused
      • by blood loss such as cutting wrists, throat...
  • 12. Physical Methods
    • Drowning
      • The act of staying long enough in water or other liquid to prevent breathing and deprive the brain of oxygen.
      • Due to the body's natural tendency to come up for air, drowning attempts often involve a heavy object.
  • 13. Physical Methods Self Suffocation The condition of being deprived of oxygen (as by having breathing stopped) using plastic bag
  • 14. Physical Methods hanging
  • 15. Physical Methods Explosives Traffic Collisions Jumping
  • 16. Chemical Methods
    • Poisoning
      • Using fast-acting poisons, or substances
      • with high levels of toxicity to humans
      • such as acids, agricultural pesticides, cleaners etc
  • 17. Chemical Methods Drug overdosing using soporific (a drug that induces sleep)
  • 18. Chemical Methods
    • Carbon monoxide poisoning
    running a car's engine in a closed space
  • 19. Chemical Methods
    • Carbon monoxide poisoning
    be in a closed room with full of flowers
  • 20. Causes and Effects
    • Causes
    • Emotional pain
    • Economic hardship
    • Suicide by “Cop
    • Negative effects
    • Effects on you
    • Effects on survivors
  • 21. Causes
    • Emotional pain
      • The death of a loved one
      • A divorce, separation, breakup of relationship
      • Serious illness, accidents
  • 22. Causes
    • Emotional pain
      • A horrible disappointment, loss of belief, hope, esteems.
      • Be victimized (domestic violence, rape, assault)
      • Overwhelmed problems
  • 23. Causes
    • Economic hardship
      • Loss of job, house, money
      • Failure in business (bankrupt)
      • Debts
  • 24. Causes
    • Suicide by “Cop”
        • To ease their pain
        • To increase the pain of survivors
        • To gain sympathy or attention
  • 25. Causes
    • Suicide by “Cop”
        • To give instructions as to disposal of remains
        • To test other people's loyalty, sincerity, interest, caring, love, and concern for you.
        • To follow the trend (relatives, idols, celebrities, friends)
  • 26.  
  • 27. Negative effects
    • Effects on you
        • Never get a chance to find out if life could be better for you in the future.
        • May have done so accidentally and this is one act you cannot take back to try over.
  • 28. Negative effects
    • Effects on survivors
          • Be shocked
          • Have to clean up and take care of disaster left
          • Need years of psychotherapeutic help
          • Be saddled with intense guilt, self-doubt, and self- recrimination
  • 29. Negative effects
    • Effects on survivors
          • Destine to do so themselves in the future
          • Feel angry and blame other family members
          • Be stigmatized by others
          • Avoid doing things that brings back memories of the departed
          • Want similar attention so go out and commit a copy- cat suicide
  • 30. Family Society Psychology Union Recommendation
  • 31. Social
    • Set up suicide help institutions
    • Announce results of researches in human psychology
  • 32. Family
    • Family members
    • spend more time to others.
    • Spouse is the wife’s (husband’s) support.
  • 33. Union and school
    • carrying out
    • regular total check
    • well informing
    • cooperating
    • between school
          • and family
  • 34. Psychological
    • Have a healthy lifestyle
    • Have a close friend
    • Study more human psychology
  • 35. Thank you for your listening