Teenage: Suicide and Mark Julius Zamora

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Teenage Suicide

A research paper presented to the
High School Department
University of Nueva Caceres

A partial fullfillment of the
requirement in the subject
English 4

Mark Julius Zamora
Student, 4 – Garnet
January 12, 2013

Mr. Jason B. Mariscal
Subject Teacher

Chapter 1

Introduction
Nowadays, Teenage Suicide is one of the most common crimes committed, between 15-24 years of age. It was estimated that over a half of all Teens are suffering from depression causing to attempt suicide. Teenagers are vulnerable to the threat of suicide, adding the stress in school, work and peers also dealing with hormonal fluctuations that are complicated even the most normal situations. Because of some social and personal changes, Teens may also at higher risk for depression, which can also increase feelings of despair and desire to commit suicide. In fact, the people who commit suicide suffer from a mental disorder. Often, teenagers thought there are no other way out to their problems and may not realize that the suicidal thoughts and the feelings can be treated. There is some good news, many parents can watch their teen without necessarily needing their teen to open up to them. Most of Teenagers are girls who commit suicide because they tend to turn to drugs like overdosing or to cut themselves, while boys are traditionally more successful in their suicide attempts because they are utilize more lethal method such as guns and hanging. In the  Philippines, the suicide rate among Filipinos has gone up in the last 21 years with the majority of cases involving young people aged 24 years old and below, according to studies. They also showed that in most instances, the person who committed suicide did so during summer or in the morning when all family members had gone off to work or school, leaving the house empty. Meanwhile, a study of around 300 cases collected from the records of hospitals and the police in 2008 and 2009 also revealed that the majority...
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