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SUICIDE PREVENTION. ENABLING OBJECTIVES. Define Suicide Discuss Suicide’s most common causes List the common Suicide risk factors and common Suicide warnings Identify individual’s role in suicide prevention and helping resources. Suicide Prevention.

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enabling objectives
ENABLING OBJECTIVES
  • Define Suicide
  • Discuss Suicide’s most common causes
  • List the common Suicide risk factors and common Suicide warnings
  • Identify individual’s role in suicide prevention and helping resources
suicide prevention
Suicide Prevention
  • Suicide is self-induced death, intentionally caused!
    • Suicide Attempt is an intentional act, causing physical self harm, where death would have occurred had there been no intervention
    • Suicide gesture is an intentional act, causing or intending to cause physical self-harm in a way normally associated with suicide, but which would not have caused death, even without intervention.
    • Suicide ideation is a statement or pattern of statements, words, or behaviors which reveal a preoccupation with the idea of self-induced death.
suicide prevention suicide causes facts
Suicide PreventionSuicide Causes/Facts
  • Relationships and/or family problems
  • Depression
  • Job
  • Poor Self-esteem
  • Stress
  • Health
  • Finances
  • Loss of Hope
suicide risk factors
Suicide Risk Factors
  • Problems with family, relationships, depression, job, Navy and/or finances
  • Made previous attempts
  • A family history of suicide
  • Experienced a recent suicide of friend or relative
  • Threaten suicide
  • Possession of a weapon
  • Specific, well thought out plans
potential suicide warning signs
Potential Suicide Warning Signs

Verbal statement Death of friend/relative

Unusual interest in death

Talk about feeling of worthlessness

General decline

Changes: sleep, diet, mood, personality

Preparations

Accident Prone

suicide myths
Suicide Myths
  • Don’t stereotype
  • People who threaten suicide don’t commit suicide
  • People who have been unsuccessful are not serious about committing suicide
individual s role in suicide prevention
Individual’s Role in Suicide Prevention
  • Remember to:

WATCH!

LISTEN!

REPORT!