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In 5 seconds 1 person dies of either. SO, do the math.
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The number is not actually known. In major cities in the United States though the number is higher then even Iraq.
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Suicide is an underdiscussed problem in our society. If you are thinking about it, please talk to someone about it. Here is the most recent data I could find: U.S. Suicide St…atistics (2005) Suicide Rates by States and Washington, DC (2005) (Please note that state data can vary dramatically from one year to the next) / Rank | State | Number | Rate / 1 | Montana | 206 | 22.0 / 2 | Nevada | 480 | 19.9 / 3 | Alaska | 131 | 19.7 / 4 | New Mexico | 342 | 17.7 / 4 | Wyoming | 90 | 17.7 / 6 | Colorado | 800 | 17.1 / 7 | Idaho | 228 | 16.0 / 8 | Arizona | 945 | 15.9 / 9 | South Dakota | 121 | 15.6 / 10 | Oregon | 560 | 15.4 / 11 | Oklahoma | 522 | 14.7 / 12 | North Dakota | 92 | 14.5 / 13 | Arkansas | 400 | 14.4 / 13 | Tennessee | 856 | 14.4 / 15 | Utah | 348 | 14.1 / 16 | West Virginia | 255 | 14.0 / 17 | Kentucky | 566 | 13.6 / 18 | Maine | 175 | 13.2 / 18 | Florida | 2,347 | 13.2 / 18 | Kansas | 362 | 13.2 / 21 | Washington | 822 | 13.1 / 22 | Missouri | 727 | 12.5 / 22 | Vermont | 78 | 12.5 / 24 | Mississippi | 363 | 12.4 / 24 | New Hampshire | 162 | 12.4 / 26 | South Carolina | 510 | 12.0 / 27 | Indiana | 745 | 11.9 / 28 | Alabama | 535 | 11.7 / 28 | Ohio | 1,341 | 11.7 / 30 | North Carolina | 1,009 | 11.6 / 30 | Wisconsin | 643 | 11.6 / 32 | Pennsylvania | 1,430 | 11.5 / 32 | Virginia | 866 | 11.4 / 34 | Iowa | 333 | 11.2 / 34 | Louisiana | 505 | 11.2 / Total | 32,637 | 11.0 / 36 | Michigan | 1,108 | 10.9 / 37 | Minnesota | 547 | 10.7 / 38 | Nebraska | 187 | 10.6 / 38 | Texas | 2,418 | 10.6 / 40 | Georgia | 924 | 10.2 / 41 | Delaware | 83 | 9.8 / 42 | California | 3,206 | 8.9 / 43 | Illinois | 1,086 | 8.5 / 44 | Maryland | 472 | 8.4 / 44 | Connecticut | 295 | 8.4 / 44 | Hawaii | 107 | 8.4 / 47 | Massachusetts | 480 | 7.5 / 48 | Rhode Island | 71 | 6.6 / 49 | New York | 1,189 | 6.2 / 50 | New Jersey | 536 | 6.1 / 51 | District of Columbia | 33 | 6.0
In 2010 there were almost 18 suicide deaths per 100,000 people. The majority of those were males. the rate continues to rise annually.
Throughout the world, around 2000 people kill themselves each day! That means that 750,000 people die from suicide each year. You have a bigger chance of hurting yourself than… you have of being hurt from another person! This does not even take into account people who try to kill themselves and fail - in the US alone, around 300,000 people every year survive a suicide attempt for one reason or another.
China: 1995-1999 287,000 people committed suicide 23 per 100,000 people 2003-2004 Most common way: hanging and suffocation 119% For every suicide there are 25 attemp…ted suicides.
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In 2010 there was an average of 105 people who dies from suicide every single day. The death toll from suicide continues to rise each and every year.
Sadily too many..I wish people would be strong and learn how to handle certain matters than taking their lives. God don't like that. He put you here for a certain time so live… it and don't cut your life short..it's not fair to god. So people please when you going through troubles people are always there to listen you might know it but they really are. Think about the people you hurt mentally and emotionally:( so think twice please
Before this is answered, consider that under the various Christian denominations, Christ as God is all-powerful. Yet, he permitted the children of his creation to take his lif…e. In essence, as horrifying as it might seem, Christ commuted suicide. "No greater love can be seen than he who lays down his life for another." Now, the answer of sorts. The only sin that sends a sole to Help is the denial of the Holy Spirit, others may say firings out of a state of grace. That being the case, despair might put one in such a state, provided the doctrine of eternal salvation is a myth. The fact is that sunset the concept of Help and eternal damnation are matters of faith and cannot be proven,, and this question cannot be answered. Another Answer: First, the Sixth Command is quite clear that mankind is not to kill/murder mankind and this includes suicide. Only God who created can rightly destroy. Second, the Bible never teaches 'eternal damnation' but plainly teaches the 2nd Death - total physical cessation and ashes from the Lake of Fire. Only spirits who became demons will be eternally tormented for their sins. Finally, the Bible uses the Hebrew term 'Sheol' and the equivalent Greek term 'Hades' for the grave or pit. This translate to the English term 'hell' and is the common resting place of all mankind - Even Jesus was in 'hell' 3 days and 3 nights. Death is commonly associated with 'sleep' in the Scripture and all who die sleep and await their call to the Judgement process by Christ. Only those incorrigibly unrepentant with those who were previously called in life but rejected the gift of God's Holy Spirit (aka the Spirit of Christ) - the Unpardonable Sin - will be cast into the Lake of Fire. All who never understood or never had their call to eternal life, will receive their chance during this process (it is not a sentencing for the majority of mankind). God is equally fair to everyone.