Educational System Being the Cause of Suicide

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Why do many students believe that the educational system is the cause for a number of students committing suicides? When there is no such evidence to prove it and if there is indeed any evidence at all well it’s not accountable. The educational system only lays down the guidelines to study and how to go about it. The main causes for suicides are:

• Disharmony in the family
• Unhealthy or abusive relationship or break-up
• Alcohol or drug abuse
• Feelings of anger and guilt
• Physical or mental disorders
• Poor academic performance
• Sibling rivalry
• History of suicide within close circle
• Experience of a personal loss
• Inability to handle hardships due to low energy and depression Parents need to look out for the warning signs and differentiate them from the normal teen angst over helplessness. Expression of feelings related to depression and worthlessness definitely means something is going seriously wrong. These symptoms may be present together or in varied combinations and are most effectively addressed if noticed earlier. • Complaining of sadness, fatigue and emptiness

• Statements and jokes about death and suicide
• Loss of interest in fun and recreation
• Neglect of appearance
• Not responding to praise
• Social withdrawal and staying aloof most of the time • Aggressive expressions of hatred and anger
• Insomnia and sleep disorders
• Trouble concentrating on studies
• Signs of hallucination and weird thoughts
• Physical signs like body aches and pains
• Indigestion and major changes in weight
• Drug or alcohol abuse
• Meeting people one cares about
• Setting affairs in order
• Throwing away important possessions
• Verbal hints like "I won’t cause a problem much longer" It also includes peer pressure mainly coming from the parents. Parents force their...
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