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Did you really want to die?"
"No one commits suicide because they want to die."
"Then why do they do it?"
"Because they want to stop the pain.

        ~Tiffanie De Bartolo

        ~Tiffanie De Bartolo                     ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

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12 Common Causes Of Suicide: Why Do People Kill Themselves?

~1~ Mental Illness
After years of trying various medications (and cocktails), going through medication withdrawals, and experimenting with therapies, some people are stuck in a constant state of mental pain and despair.

~2~ Traumatic experience
 If you were victim of physical abuse, sexual abuse, and/or dealt with trauma in war, you are much more likely to end up with post-traumatic stress disorder. This disorder and the feelings associated with traumatic experiences can lead a person to become suicidal.

~3~ Bullying
Bullying can have a profound effect on the way people think and how they feel. Most people that are bullied end up feeling extremely depressed, worthless, and hopeless to change their situation.

~4~ Personality disorders
Personality disorders can be closely related to mental illness, but are considered a set of traits that make it difficult to function within society. People with a personality disorder may have trouble maintaining relationships, holding down a steady job, and/or coping with life. 

~5~ Drug addiction
If you have an addiction, it could escalate to feelings of deep depression. You may feel helpless to overcome whatever addiction you face and some people see suicide as an only way out of the addiction trap.

~6~ Eating disorders
A person dealing with an eating disorder may constantly feel suicidal as a result of a nutrient-deficient diet.  Poor diets can lead a person to feel depression and constant negative emotions.

~7~ Unemployment
Being unemployed can lead to feelings of isolation and make your life feel as if it is void of purpose.
Being unable to earn money and provide for yourself and/or a family can result in significant depression and anxiety. 



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