Using marijuana is the lesser of the two "offenses" in this case. But anyone who is justifying the use of marijuana by saying it keeps them from suicide isn't dealing from a full deck. That seems like a shallow "Dodge" to use the stuff. Certainly there are issues that need sorting out, but please sort them out - with someone who can help. And there a many people out there who can. There is a national hotline where someone who is contemplating suicide can connect to a live person 24-7-365. And a caller will find a bright, compasionate listener on the other end. In being honest, the place to start is with one's self. Failure to do that is a failure to be able to be honest with anyone else.
Here's that toll free hotline: 800.784.2433 (800.SUICIDE).
It costs nothing to call and talk to someone. All you have to do is pick up the phone, dial, and speak your mind.
Honestly smoking marijuana isn't really a "crime" it is illegal but i mean, how is alcohol legal and marijuana isn't?? Honestly doing any drug in my opinion, is up to the person. Most things used in moderation are ok. Just be responsible
If you try to kill yourself and fail, it's probably some form of manslaughter and since they can't make money off of you if you're dead, that's a HUGE crime. Marijuana, on the other hand.... you would DEFINETLY be able to convince a jury to get you out of that offense. I mean who could really argue with that if you plead not guilty?? Also, who cares what other people think you should do about your issues. You should only take their advice if it sounds right, otherwise do what feels better to you *especially* in those moments. Everyone freaks out and gives you hotline numbers but unless you connect with the right person at the right time, that won't do you any good.
NO!! its makes you happy not wanna kill yourself. people use it for depression.. I do anyways
depression might cause suicide
Almost all the people with attempted suicide have depression.
People commit suicide because of serious depression. Anything that can contribute to depression can contribute to a decision to suicide.
Many people wonder if depression increases the risk of suicide and, if so, by how much. Although the majority of people who have depression do not die by suicide, having clinical depression (also known as major depression) does increase the suicide risk compared to people without depression. The risk of death by suicide may, in part, be related to the severity of the depression. New data on suicide and depression suggests that about 2 percent of those people ever treated for depression in an outpatient setting will die by suicide. Among those ever treated for depression in an inpatient hospital setting, the rate of death by suicide is twice as high (4 percent). Those treated for depression as inpatients following suicidal thoughts or suicide attempts are about three times as likely to die by suicide (6 percent) as those who were only treated as outpatients. There are also dramatic gender differences in the lifetime risk of suicide in people with depression. While about 7 percent of men with a lifetime history of the condition will die by suicide, only 1 percent of women with a lifetime history will die by suicide. Another way of thinking about depression and suicide risk is to examine the lives of people who have died by suicide and see what proportion of them were depressed. It is estimated that about 60 percent of people who commit suicide have had a mood disorder (major depression, manic depression, or dysthymia, for example). Often, younger persons who kill themselves have a substance abuse disorder in addition to being depressed.
The correlation between suicide rate and untreated depression is almost directly proportional. Most untreated cases of depression end up translating in to suicide cases.
Not to go suicide.
No, you cannot die from depression itself, but depression can lead to suicide.
Depression, Anger, Overwhelmed, the list goes on.
When people don't try and help, that is probably a big factor as why depression could be a cause of suicide.
There is a strong link between depression and suicide. Many people who have depression contemplate taking their own life as a means to end the depression. Please speak to a doctor if one feels depressed.
The Great Depression was an important part of American History. Many people died due to illness, malnutrition, and suicide. It is estimated that about 40,000 people committed suicide during the Great Depression.
It could be Suicide , or depression
Some people just lose all hope in everything. They feel like nothing is right and nothing will ever be okay, they feel that life is pointless and that they will always suffer. A lot of times, people who commit suicide have depression which could be treated. People commit suicide for all different reasons
Your not depressed if your dead....
No. However suicide is often the result of mental illness.Mental illnesses such as depression affect the mind so much that often suicide is seen by the victim as the only way out of the deep darkness of depression.
You cannot find suicide. Suicide is caused of depression, life problems and many other reasons. It is a feeling, and you feel it personally.
No, suicide may not be hereditary, but depression can be, which could be the cause as to why your relative may have lost their life.
The urge to commit suicide is a symptom of a mental or emotional disorder, so it is reasonable to say that 100% of children who commit suicide have a disorder or very serious depression (which is a disorder.)
Severe depression and thoughts of suicide.