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  • 1. Suicide “Suicide is not chosen; it happens when pain exceeds resources for coping with pain” By: Maggie Miller
  • 2. Definition
    • Suicide-the act or an instance of taking one's own life voluntarily and intentionally especially by a person of years of discretion and of sound mind
    • Depression- An illness that involves the body, mood, and thoughts, that affects the way a person eats and sleeps, the way one feels about oneself, and the way one thinks about things
  • 3.
    • When someone says the word “suicide,” it is usually met with silence. Just say the word, and immediately people want to avoid talking about the subject. Suicide describes the voluntary and intentional act of taking one’s own life.
  • 4. Warning Signs Suicide Depression
    • Talking About Dying
    • Recent Loss
    • Change in Personality
    • Change in Behavior
    • Change in Sleep Patterns
    • Change in Eating Habits
    • Diminished Sexual Interest
    • Fear of losing control
    • Low self esteem
    • No hope for the future
    • Tiredness
    • Mood swings
    • Difficulty coping with life - the day-to-day routine of getting up, going to work, and coming home can seem worthless. The depressed person may feel as if he or she is not important, his or her job does not matter, life does not matter. There is a strong sense of hopelessness.
  • 5. Pictures
  • 6. Survey answers:
    • Have you every thought about Suicide:
        • 16 out of twenty said no and 4 said yes
    • Do you know of someone who has committed Suicide?
        • 13 out of twenty said no and 7 said yes
    • Have you ever been depressed?
        • 2 out of twenty said no and 18 said yes
    • Did you know that Suicide is not hereditary?
        • 6 out of twenty said no and 14 said yes
  • 7. Survey cont…..
    • Did you know that suicide is not hereditary?
        • 9 out of twenty said no and 11 said yes
    • Have you ever set yourself apart socially?
        • 10 out of twenty said no and 10 said yes
    • Do you have trouble at home?
        • 12 out of twenty said no and 8 said yes
    • Do you believe that people who have attempted suicide and lived have never attempted suicide again?
        • 18 out of twenty said no and 2 said yes
  • 8. Survey Cont….
    • Did you know that people who talk about Suicide will never attempt it?
        • 17 out of twenty said no and 3 said yes
    • Have you ever abused Alcohol and /or drugs?
        • 9 out of twenty said no and 11 said yes
    • Do you of some one who has abused Alcohol and/or drugs?
        • 1 out of twenty said no and 19 said yes
  • 9.
    • two Latin root words, sui (of oneself) and cidium (a killing or slaying).
    • Depression is the main cause of Suicide
  • 10. Another book that relates to TWISTED:
    • Another book I think is similar to the book TWISTED is Thirteen Reason why. This book is similar to Twisted because Hannah in the book does commit suicide then sends types around telling why she did, and who help her make that choice, and who could of help stop her. This is another good book to read because it makes you think about what you could do to stop someone from committing suicide. How this is similar to Twisted is that even though Tyler didn’t commit suicide he was thinking about and he had a friend to talk him out of it, unlike Hannah.
  • 11. How it relates to TWISTED:
    • In the Book Twisted Tyler thinks about committing Suicide towards the end of the book because he doesn’t think anyone cares about him! He thinks everyone hates me, his family doesn’t love him and his friend thinks he just uses him.
  • 12. Work Cited:
    • http://galnet.galgroup.com
    • www.teenhealthandwellness.com
    • http://media.economist.com/images/na/2008w26/SuicideHappy.jpg
    • http://passionateaboutblogging.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/12/suicide.png
    • http://www.medicalcravings.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/teen_suicide_copy.jpg
  • 13. THE END