Suicide in Children and Teens
- Suicide in teens is a serious problem
- Distance between children and parents in today’s time makes the issue more serious
- It is the responsibility of parents and teachers to keep an eye on the children and keep an eye on their activities
- Seek professional help when needed
Teenage suicide, especially among young girls, is a major problem that our country is going through. We can only imagine what his family and children are going through and what are the circumstances that compel him to take such a step.
Increasing use of social media and growing distance between children and parents make their mental health even more severe. Suicide is such a delicate topic that even children can be discussed. Hence it becomes important that the parents and teachers look after the children and keep an eye on their activities. Ask for help from professionals if needed.
Certain symptoms and changes in children can trigger suicidal thoughts.
- Change in eating habits
- Change in sleeping habits
- Frequent sadness
- Withdrawing from regular activities or not meeting friends and family
- Complaints about physical symptoms such as emotional pain, abdominal pain, headache, fatigue, etc.
- Deterioration in the quality of school work
There are certain medications and drugs given to children that help prevent suicidal thoughts. But Anu worked in the psychiatric ward of Lady Harding’s Hospital as part of her MSW, seeing its effects. Medications are no solution to a child’s emotional pain and can leave disastrous consequences.
To find an appropriate solution to suicide in adolescence, Anu studied the natural and holistic approach that Anu personally gives to children in AAF to achieve a balance of mind. She believes in training young minds with positive affirmations leads to a healthy life.
The celebrated actress, author, speaker and Yogini, Anu Aggarwal, focuses on maximizing potential in people’s lives and increasing happiness and peace. A trained and mastered meditation and an ambassador for UNHCR. He believes that people are very cautious when it comes to mental health. They don’t want to talk about it because they fear society may take their mental health negatively.
According to Anu, mental health is a state of well-being in which each individual realises his or her potential, can cope with life stresses, work productively and fruitfully, and is able to contribute to his or her community.
With the sole purpose of spreading positivity and love, Anu’s AnuFunYoga brought healing to people’s lives. While so many people have been healed and found positivity in their lives, Anu’s journey doesn’t stop here. Ss she continues to walk with greater reach and bring joy to the lives of those with whom she crosses her path.
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