In this article it’s mentioned that lacking religion ( church is a place of fellowship ) is part of the reason for suicide; however the youth polled attribute their faith to spiritual.
Loneliness is another factor and indeed parents are taking their own lives in knowledge their children won’t care for them or have their best interest at heart should they become I’ll or terminal .
The harshness of the indoctrination and then the traumatic experiences for those in any branch of the services plus the large amount of vaccines given at once must be considered with regard to Army suicides
Add to that the profit of psychiatric drugs for Big Pharma and the distorted DSM and many suicides don’t get reported as autopsies are done without checking for drugs in most cases .
My ” suicide ” attempt was induced by Dr prescribed 3600 mg of gabapentin as it known to do especially in such high doses .
I am proud to have listened when folks were suicidal and those folks are vital today for having dodged the urge to die
Viktor Frankl, one of the great psychiatrists of the twentieth century, survived the death camps of Nazi Germany. His little book, Man’s Search for Meaning, is one of those life-changing books that everyone should read.
Frankl once told the story of a woman who called him in the middle of the night to calmly inform him she was about to commit suicide. Frankl kept her on the phone and talked her through her depression, giving her reason after reason to carry on living. Finally she promised she would not take her life, and she kept her word.
When they later met, Frankl asked which reason had persuaded her to live?
“None of them”, she told him.
What then influenced her to go on living, he pressed?
Her answer was simple, it was Frankl’s willingness to listen to her in the middle of the night. A world in which there was someone ready to listen to another’s pain seemed to her a world in which it was worthwhile to live.
Often, it is not the brilliant argument that makes the difference. Sometimes the small act of listening is the greatest gift we can give.
The Mental Health Industry Speaks Volumes About Our Society’s Priorities
By Kimberley McLean
An educated public has a much better chance of advocating from the grassroots for safe and effective treatments in the face of a pharmaceutical industry more interested in profits than people.
I know it personally as the Industry of Death
The 1980’s ushered in the “Society of Suicide ”
I was enjoying Motherhood and birthing babies , as I witnessed acquaintances die , first breast cancer ; after treatment brain cancer .
I was more than concerned at the casual marriage and the desire for it to be open sexually … in all my world was very shadowy and never offered me the security and foundation , nor support but I never was suicidal .
The darkest thoughts were created when I was tuned in or could not ignore what was.
How sad that the darkness had him so distant and distorted and depressed and never communicated it , but flew off.
Sending his fear of death and his rejection that he’d leave this earth . Genetics being what they are , his Mom in mid 90’s , however she did not smoke , drink excessively or have casual sex etc
Suicide raises the statistics for children by 50% if a parent commits suicide . I was induced into my ” gesture ” of overdosing on Seroquel , but he considers that to be an attempt because I lost him to Ms Happy .
Nope , no man,no human is worth dying over 👍
A new study published in Lancet Psychiatry finds that experiencing sexual violence in mid-adolescence is associated with a heightened risk of self-harm, attempted suicide, and psychological distress.
Francesca Bentivegna and Praveetha Patalay estimate that without instances of sexual violence, boys in their cohort would experience 3.7% – 10.5% fewer adverse mental health outcomes compared to 14% – 18.7% for girls. This research in the UK joins many similar studies indicating that a gender gap exists in internalizing mental health conditions and associating sexual violence with adverse mental health outcomes. They write:
“In our sample of individuals from the UK Millennium Cohort Study who reported experiencing sexual violence in the 12 months before age 17 years reported worse mental health outcomes at age 17 years than adolescents who did not. These effects persisted even after accounting for previous depressive symptoms and self-harm, and a wide range of relevant confounders, and were robust to multiple methodological approaches and sensitivity checks.”
Sexual Violence in Adolescence Associated with Increased Risk of Suicide, Self-harm, and Psychological Distress
The “S” Word: How the Culture of Fear Has Failed Youth in Crises
By Genevieve D
I learned at a young age to correlate my suicidal thoughts and feelings with panic and punishment from adults. To this day, I have a deep distrust in mental health professionals.
I know people are scared. And I know I can’t fully understand because I am not a parent. But I have been the child. And I have had the parents called. And I have seen how much worse that made things. I have been taken to the hospital. I have had police show up at my door.
None of those things ever helped. They only ever made it so much worse.
Is it the fluoride in fluoxetine that causes the brain to “misfire”?
Has pharma removed all ‘negative for them’ articles from the internet?
Most people I know call antidepressants medicine. Is there anything medicinal within antidepressants?
Why do a lot of people say antidepressants help them? And they don’t want me telling people they’re dangerous because they don’t want people to think they’re basically sinning if they do take an antidepressant, or that they haven’t prayed enough to feel better. And that some people Need a pill to chemically balance themselves. Are millions of people chemically imbalanced and need correction?
A friends son had a brain injury and they put him on one to balance his chemicals. He seems ok but I can’t ask them about it. Is it working for someone like that?
Is marijuana a safe alternative to antidepressants?
A psychiatrist told me that my son’s pot, and occasional other over the counter drug use (he was a junior in high school and partied on the weekends) (I didn’t know a lot of what he was doing at the time) cancelled out the effect of the antidepressant he was taking. So, the antidepressant had no effect on his suicide.
Is this true?
Our son was missing doses and the doctor said just get him back on it and take it for six more weeks until the end of school then he can quit. No instructions to wean off, just to quit. But, he died 4 weeks later, by suicide. He had continued to miss doses, so at the end, he was off and on, missing a day here and there. I believe this is what caused his suicidal thoughts. He kept moving from room to room his last day and was upset over the fight he was having with his girlfriend. He hadn’t slept most of the night. I didn’t know until we read his phone after he died that he cried all night too. I know he was stuck on the girlfriend problem and he tried to play video games but he couldn’t focus. Our daughter was 6 at the time and later said he told her his heart was racing. People always say a person commits suicide because of the emotion problem but I call his a symptom of what the pill did to him and the relationship problem just triggered the suicide. Can what he was experiencing be considered akathesia?
Have ‘they’ improved antidepressants from years ago, like so many believe?
I don’t know why I care to know all this now. I guess I just can’t quit talking about it. I don’t know why I talk about it with people, half or more just get mad because they believe in them. I guess I just want the truth and to tell the truth. In my mind, I believe pharma, with even one lie,
are not benevolent, to say the least. I believe they are evil. I don’t know why I bother and take so much of my own time trying to put together evidence against the antidepressants. Maybe because we were going to take it to court but the lawyer friend we were talking to said it wasn’t his specialty or anyone he worked with. Later found out he owned a walk in clinic. Probably didn’t have anything to do with it but?? My husband didn’t want to sue anyway because we didn’t want to make money off our son’s death.. I guess I’m just mad and I guess I’ll never let it go but maybe I’ll run out of steam about it and drop it. I do want to write about it for my blog but haven’t said much yet..
I know no parent out of so many I can’t count, that cares about this, even though I know a lot of their kids were taking an antidepressant at the time of their suicide.
The whole time I was growing up through the ‘70s & ‘80s, I remember of one suicide. I just believe it was because the dispensing of antidepressants weren’t as prevalent as later years?.?.
Twenty-five years after a jury absolved Prozac of blame for Joseph Wesbecker’s shooting rampage, a newspaper reports the drugmaker agreed to pay victims $20 million before the verdict
— Read on www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2019/09/12/prozac-makers-secret-payment-mass-shooting-lawsuit-revealed/2302888001/
In their anti truths , CCHR, has been demonized as associated
with Scientology …
The facts , and statistics they publish is the only one of such magnitude
I know of . Certainly targeted by Big Pharma , AMA, APA , counselors
and institutional housing etc .. as it affects their profit and power.
The actual accounting for RX induced suicides , is nominal
it’s seldom tested in deaths , or disclosed ..
Blessings & Peace ,
“Another failure from the psychiatric industry. While 13 members of staff are facing disciplinary action over alleged ill treatment of patients, it shouldn’t
go unnoticed that young people are regularly locked up at the behest of a psychiatrist and are ‘treated’ by a psychiatrist.
Psychiatrists have also played a part in the tragic deaths of these young people.
Two teenage patients at the children’s mental health unit die in the space of two months.
— Read on www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-tees-49320402