Committing Suicide

             The suicidal problem is very serious than anyone thinks. In numerous countries, the number of suicides is significantly higher than the number of deaths due to traffic accidents. In year 2000, 28,332 people committed suicide in the United States according to an official data. If you count the number of people who tried to commit suicide and has been saved, the number is 10 times more than those people who died because of killing themselves. So, this is a very serious problem. However, ending your life is not a way to solve a problem.
             So, why do people commit suicide? There are many reasons would cause a person to kill himself. But there are few major problems. There are many reason would cause a person to commit suicide. But there are few major problems. For example, the mental problem, the feeling of helpless, or the personality, whose always feel depression, hopeless, helpless, no confidence, or even no value. All of these are kinds of illness. But most of these people refuse to see a doctor. If you really don’t want to see a doctor, talk to a friend, or psychologists. They will help you. There are many ways to get over the problem.
             Now, what should you do when you have a problem that you couldn’t solve? Remember, ending your life is not a way to solve. Talk to a friend who you trust. Find a person to talk with. It’s really helpful because you might find a way to solve a problem. Or you can think of your family, or friends, what will they be if you are not around anymore. They will be so sad because of your death. You don’t want to make them unhappy right? But don’t give yourself burden of trying to deal with the problem alone. It’s dangerous!
             Imagine, if you have a serious problem and you couldn’t solve it, then you commit suicide and you die. Do you think it’s only your problem? Absolutely not! Because your family has to do many things after you die. For example, the funeral. Actually it costs a lot! But th

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