It is definitely not an accident that a person want to leave the world just as soon as he wants. A person who commits suicide may be cheerful in front of others, but extremely sad behind the scenes, and even he is not aware of his complicated psychology. When a person is unable to get out of trauma for a long time, he will become ill over time. As long as a stressful life event is triggered, it will often cause serious mental illness and eventually lead him to commit suicide. road.
The following lists 6 possible mental states of suicide. Please cherish yourself, care more about the people around you, and remember that nothing is insurmountable.
1.Negative emotions encourage people to seek shortcomings
When a person is depressed to a certain extent, his thoughts can be completely distorted, and he may even have the thought “This world would be better without me”. This kind of pain is often unbearable, and ultimately leads them to want to die to find relief. . According to a questionnaire survey by the University of British Columbia (UBC) in Canada, most suicides are extremely desperate when facing psychological pressure. Therefore, you should pay more attention to whether the people around you have abnormal behaviors and bravely Caring about others, maybe your greetings can save their lives.
2.Please face the trauma after loss
After a person has experienced a loss, his or her soul is at its most vulnerable. If it is not handled properly, he or she will fall into the abyss of despair. He will only see the unfortunate things that have happened to him and lose the hope and courage to face the future. In addition, past trauma and terminal illness will also increase the suicide rate, because when they are unable to accept themselves and face what happened, they may be swallowed up by negative emotions and mistakenly believe that death is the only way out. .
3.Suicide represents a cry for help rather than an intention
There is a situation where the suicidal person does not really want to commit suicide, they just do not know how to ask for help from others correctly, or they want to warn the people who care about them through this behavior, but because they do not use the method well, they are unfortunate. Suicide is “successful” and this happens especially to young people.
4.Mental imbalance stimulates patients to have murderous intentions
Mental patients often have auditory hallucinations, such as hearing voices of self-accusation and self-destruction. Taking Schizophrenics (also known as schizophrenia) as an example, patients often have thoughts of death, and their medications The effect of treatment is also very limited. Other diseases such as bipolar disorder (Bipolar disorder), borderline personality disorder (BPD), and eating disorders may also be caused by mental disorders. imbalance, leading to suicide.
In addition, alcohol and drug abuse often cause a person to experience drastic changes in mood, and in extremely sentimental situations, they may have the urge to end their own life.
5.Isolation and powerlessness, loss of existence value
Some suicides do not want to drag down the people around them, so they choose to commit suicide. They feel that they have no value in continuing to live. Especially for people who are seriously ill or unable to get out of emotional harm, they will be more likely to feel sorry for themselves. Feeling weak and powerless, even wanting to end life. Secondly, social isolation can also increase the risk of suicide. Long-term loneliness can lead to pessimism and depression. Possible factors include widowhood, physical and mental illness, social barriers, retirement, and relocation.
6.Chronic pain makes life so hopeless
There is a type of suicide that is not caused by depression, sadness, or other mental illnesses. These people want to control their destiny in a way that they can control. And it more often occurs in terminally ill patients. The long-term pain is not as good as the short-term pain. They just Wanting to quickly end the chronic pain caused by disease is also an euthanasia issue we are familiar with. The other type of people are those who are not afraid of death, such as those who self-mutilate. They have become numb and despairing of death. What these people need is to connect with others and rekindle the hope of life.
Suicide Prevention Centre
If you have any problems you cannot solve you may contact the following platform:
- Suicide Prevention UK
Suicide Prevention UK
179 Whiteladies Road,
Bristol, BS8 2AG.
Tel: 0800 689 5652
- Grassroots Suicide Prevention
Grassroots Suicide Prevention
113 Queens Rd
Tel: 01273 234834
The Upper Mill, Kingston Road, Ewell, Surrey KT17 2AF
Tel: +44 (0)20 8394 8300
- Papyrus UK
Bankside 2, Crosfield Street, Warrington, Cheshire, WA1 1UP
Tel: 01925 572 444