Do you know, suicidal thoughts and behavior are 20 times more frequent than the actual suicide? A recent study states that about 8 lakh people die due to suicide each year worldwide. Surprisingly these results are probably far lesser than the real ones. There are many unavoidable factors that lead to suicidal thoughts and behavior like, depression, social isolation, financial or job problems, relationship problems such as break up or loss, health issues, legal problems, child or sexual abuse, bullying, family history of suicide etc.
It’s not easy to prevent suicidal thoughts but finding relief is also not impossible. Always remember there are several things we can do to avoid such thoughts;
1) No problem is bigger than your life. You can definitely get through them. Have patience and don’t compare yourself with others because every person has a different battle to fight. Talk about your problems and pour your heart out to someone you trust or take professional help and support. There are many suicide prevention help lines and other organizations that can help you cope with the suicidal thoughts.