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Suicide and its relativity to Stephen Kings Suffer the Little Children Suicide is defined as an intentional self-inflicted death that occurs in all cultures and usually is executed by people who are suffering from some sort of extreme emotional pain and feel unable to cope with their problems Shneidman 6 Suicide is seen in our culture to be something that happens to only the crazy people But the reality is that normal everyday people commit suicide as well Since suicidology is a fairly new field of scientific study there is still much to learn about it Some theories and other scientific information have been discovered and are very interesting In Stephen Kings Suffer the Little Children a teacher suffers from fear anxiety defeat and delusional attributes and the end result was twelve students murdered the suicide of herself These symptoms of suicide are explained later in the research paper Suicide began being studied scientifically a little over one century ago by a man named Emile Durkheim But the specialized study of the causes associated with suicide and suicidal behaviors as well the assessment treatment management and prevention of such behaviors has only been recorded in the last half of this century Maris 1 Why do humans kill themselves Each day people go out into the workplace school or some sort of other activity and experience the threat of failure what degree that possible threat my affect is a whole different story We all know that life is sometimes enjoyable usually routine and almost always difficult We experience happiness and joy along with contentment and love Much of our life is also taken up by the routine everyday and emotionally neutral actions of life Then on the flip side there are the negative emotions that we feel like sorrow shame humiliation fear dread defeat and anxiety When we digest these negative emotions psychological anguish and disturbance can be the result Meyer 23-24 Regrettably
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