Suicide and Work Cited

Today teen suicide is a big tragedy that is getting bigger.   Teens all around the world are getting depressed from many causes and take their lives, which is a sad thing for everyone around them.   The problem is that nobody knows it will happen or even expects the teens they know to do it.   There are ways for people to stop or even prevent teens from committing suicide.   People around the world could make a difference in people‚Äôs lives and possibly save their lives. There are also many different ways to be on the look out for teen suicide and stop it from happening, also different statistics about teen suicide.   There are also different information about teen suicide and different things to do.   The world is doing many different things for teen suicide, so as there are many common misconceptions about suicide, and also warning signs for suicide.
      Statistics show that suicide is the fourth leading cause of death for adolescents between the ages ten and fourteen.   Also, the Center for Disease Control reports that it is the third leading cause for death, behind accidents and homicides of people aged fifteen to twenty four (teensuicidestatistics).   14.5 percent of high school students have made actual plans for committing suicide.   In the United States someone dies by suicide every sixteen minutes and someone attempts every one minute.   Internationally about one million people die by suicide each year more than war and homicide combined.   2/3 of suicidal deaths occur on the first attempt.   Girls think about attempting suicide about twice as much as boys do. Boys, however, are actually four times more likely, than girls, to actually die by killing themselves.   Each suicide death, intimately and profoundly affects at least six people (peoplepreventsuicide).   In 1997, more adolescents died from suicide than AIDS, cancer, heart disease, birth defects and lung disease (ncpamd). Suicidal people think that there is no one out there to care for them.   Therefore they get...