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Teen Suicide Awareness Being young in todays world is not the easiest task to do Many young people have to deal with all the many complex pressures and pains of daily life Unfortunately most adolescence dont believe that they can cope with all of disbarring problems They believe that no one cares enough to listen or help them cope with their stress When these thoughts in their minds occur often enough they begin to think that they have to end their lives To some people this is the only way out and this needs to change today A former suicide attempter stated I just got sick of it all I had to get out He had a rough life He was always changing schools places families and friends All he wanted was to get out of this world so he did not have to deal with all of his problems He also was considered depressed by the doctors Depression and stress are the things that lead most people to suicide As young people grow into adults they experience a great amount of stress in their families We all long for independence and freedom This leads to us finding out our sexuality and our position in life Our position determines our habits In with the new habits and out with the old With our new habits often come hard emotional struggles that are frustrating for both us and the people around us We lose all that was once secure to us and we become unstable When attempting suicide males have the tendency to complete it more often then females Men also take the more violent ways of killing themselves like hanging guns and knifes While women usually choose pills or suffocation Guns are used in more then half of the suicides in the US How do the children get the guns Why do they have such easy access We need to
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