Armed force Suicide Awareness and Prevention

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´╗┐Armed force Suicide Awareness and Prevention Every One Matters! Arranged by the Office of Chief of Chaplains & The Army G-1

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Mission Minimize Suicides by Helping People to Seek encourage and Helping Soldiers to screen each other and give "Mate Care". Goals: * Encourage help-looking for practices * Become capable in "Amigo Care"

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The Suicide Awareness and Prevention Campaign Plan The way to sparing a person is a human relationship!

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Learning Objectives Identify normal triggers of suicide. Distinguish hazard components of suicide. Recognize manifestations of gloom. Recognize myths about suicide. Distinguish cautioning indications of suicide. Make fitting move because of an at-hazard person.

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Suicidal Behavior Serious self-destructive contemplations or dangers. Self ruinous acts. Endeavors to hurt, yet not execute oneself. Endeavors to bite the dust by suicide. Finished suicide.

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Triggers for Suicidal Behavior The separation of a cozy relationship Witnessing passing Financial stressors An awful assessment Drug or Alcohol Abuse Reunion from a long field preparing or detached visit Leaving old loved ones Being distant from everyone else with worries about self or family New military assignments/arrangements

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Triggers for Suicidal Behavior Recent interpersonal misfortunes Loss of self-regard/status Humiliation/Ridicule Rejection (e.g., work, advancement, kid/sweetheart) Disciplinary or legitimate trouble Exposure to suicide of companion or relative Discharge from treatment or from administration Retirement

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Hopelessness Believing all assets to be depleted Feeling that nobody cares Believing the world would be in an ideal situation without you Total loss of control over self as well as other people Seeing demise as just method for wiping out agony

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Depression Difficulty thinking or recollecting Loss of vitality, or constant weariness, moderate discourse and muscle development Loss of self-regard Change in rest propensities; not able to rest or needing to rest all the time Change in weight Anxiety

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SUICIDE Myths and Facts MYTH: People who discuss suicide don't bite the dust by suicide. Truth: 80% of finished suicides had given distinct signs of their aim. MYTH: Talking about suicide will give somewhere in the range of a thought to do it. Actuality: Suicidal individuals as of now have the thought. Discussing it might welcome them to request offer assistance.

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SUICIDE Myths and Facts (proceeded with) MYTH: All self-destructive individuals are completely expectation on biting the dust. There is no hope about it. Truth: 95% are undecided about it. They call for help before or after the endeavor. MYTH: Suicide is a rash demonstration. Certainty: Most suicides are painstakingly arranged and contemplated for a considerable length of time. MYTH: Suicidal individuals stay self-destructive. Reality: Most are self-destructive for just a brief period. Convenient mediation may spare their lives.

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SUICIDE Myths and Facts (proceeded with) MYTH: Suicidal people are rationally sick. Certainty: Most self-destructive people are not rationally sick. Serious candidly trouble is not the same as maladjustment. MYTH: December has suicide the most noteworthy rate. Truth: December has one of the most minimal rates. Spring months have the most elevated. MYTH: It's not suicide if there is no note. Certainty: Only 1 in 4 suicides leave suicide notes.

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Responding to Statements or Threats Stay quiet. Pose the Question : "Are you considering slaughtering yourself?" Ensure the individual gets offer assistance. Try not to allow individual to sit unbothered. "Purchase time" (i.e., Identify stressor and purposes behind living).

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Asking About Suicide Ask straightforwardly (i.e., Are you considering murdering yourself?). Get offer assistance. Pass on concern.

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GOES ON PERMANENT RECORD SEEKING HELP IS A SIGN OF WEAKNESS Stigmas to Help-Seeking Behavior

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Facing Challenges? Try not to Fight Alone Don't Let Your Buddy Fight Alone

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Summary . . . Last Comments . . . Questions . . .

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