Suicide: an Increase in Teens
To elucidate, individual suicidal tendencies and thoughts vary and may be invoked by different circumstances. Thus it is imperative that each and every licensed practitioner handle every situation differently, no matter how similar certain symptoms or stages may seem. As cited in Rowett (2003) people move through the process in their own individual ways, therefore each situation must be handled uniquely.
"Assisting the person, in identifying prior coping skills can lessen feelings of hopelessness and helplessness." (Suicide Intervention Handbook, 1994)
A more solid patient-practitioner bond would also increase understanding and comfort for the patient to delve deeper into the significant issues involving the attempted suicide. Much more than clinical research must be done in order to understand the reasoning behind attempted suicides. It is one of the most basic human responses; empathy...trying to understand and sympathize with each unique, individual person. Rather than hastily referring to guidelines while dictating and diagnosing a patient with a disorder, each case, each person and their respective families must be helped with an unbiased view, a clean slate. This may seem highly idealistic but the most fundamental aspect of healing involves nurturing and care, and everyone is different and should be treated the way their individual problems need to be attended.
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