Teens essays on pain in life

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Warning Signs that require immediate action:

  • Talking or writing about suicide or death
  • Giving direct verbal cues , such as "I wish I were dead" and "I’m going to end it all"
  • Giving less direct verbal cues , such as "You will be better off without me," "What’s the point of living?", "Soon you won’t have to worry about me," and "Who cares if I’m dead, anyway?"
  • Isolating themselves from friends and family
  • Expressing the belief that life is meaningless
  • Giving away prized possessions
  • Exhibiting a sudden and unexplained improvement in mood after being depressed or withdrawn
  • Neglecting his or her appearance and hygiene
  • Dropping out of school or social, athletic, and/or community activities
  • Obtaining means such as a firearm or prescription medications

Children and Teens Videotapes in the Media Resources Center, UC Berkeley

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Warning Signs that require immediate action:

  • Talking or writing about suicide or death
  • Giving direct verbal cues , such as "I wish I were dead" and "I’m going to end it all"
  • Giving less direct verbal cues , such as "You will be better off without me," "What’s the point of living?", "Soon you won’t have to worry about me," and "Who cares if I’m dead, anyway?"
  • Isolating themselves from friends and family
  • Expressing the belief that life is meaningless
  • Giving away prized possessions
  • Exhibiting a sudden and unexplained improvement in mood after being depressed or withdrawn
  • Neglecting his or her appearance and hygiene
  • Dropping out of school or social, athletic, and/or community activities
  • Obtaining means such as a firearm or prescription medications

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