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As if parents did not have enough reasons to worry about their teenage children what with drugs drinking and driving Now a new concern has appeared within the last several years I am talking about teenage suicide Statistics show that one and a half million teenagers will have taken his or her own life by the end of this year It is supposedly very puzzling that this great amount of teenagers find it necessary to take their own lives Some of the more common reasons seem to come from pressures in high school problems with parents problems with relationships and increasingly drug or alcohol related problems And in many cases these troubled teens believe they have nobody close enough to discuss their dilemmas with So they feel the quickest and easiest solution to escaping their problems is inside of a bottle of sleeping pills or the barrel of a handgun So what can be done to stop this endless routine of teen suicides In most cases the smartest solution would be for the teen to just wait until tomorrow Speaking from a personal experience there were many times in the last few years when I thought that all of my situations were so overwhelming that the easy way out almost seemed to be the right alternative But fortunately my better judgment eventually took effect I just waited until tomorrow and the problems that seemed so terrible eventually worked themselves out Of course the love concern and understanding parents did not hurt Unfortunately many victims of suicide do not have the benefit of loving parents or friends to help them with their dilemmas For them I would suggest they seek out a priest teacher counselor or even the parent of a friend Teen suicide is a crisis that must be
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