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A country is said to be a democratic when there is equal participation of both man and woman in their lives. In today’s era, it is difficult to say though generation is literate after that most of the generation faces stereotypes issues. A stereotype is harmful when it limits women’s or men’s capacity to develop their personal abilities, pursue their professional careers and make choices about their lives and life plans. Due to which we observe the suicide cases, deaths due to stress, psychological disorders, and many other causes. Although there are rights for each and every citizen, still there is a pressure in some cases where both man and woman can’t participate for their sake of interest. The government and non-government organizations are a helping hand for number of people but still there should be more awareness for this major issue. In most of the cases numbers of people are unable to share their problems with family and friends due to uncertainty, violence, and blackmailing, emotional and physical tortures. Society plays different roles in each and every individual’s life. People over think about societies and relatives outcomes what they will say, what will be their reactions? Fuck them all, they are speaking from their point of views. They don’t even try to understand the situation and feelings of an individual. They don’t encourage as they think it will spoil the youth. They underestimate their decision making powers. India has raised its literacy ratio, yet people are illiterate and somewhere an individual needs and wishes are became dream only. From the experts point of view it appears that men and women differ in the frequency of nightmares. I believe both men and women carry it, but women have more". Women had more unpleasant dreams than men and unpleasant dreams contain more misfortune, self-negativity and failures.

The study divided women's nightmares into three categories:-

  • Being chased or life threatens.
  • Losing a loved one.
  • Confused dreams.

Asia accounts for 60% of the world's suicides, so at least 60 million people are affected by suicide or attempted suicide in Asia each year. The burden of female suicidal behavior, in terms of total burden of morbidity and mortality combined, is more in women than in men. Women's greater vulnerability to suicidal behavior is likely to be due to gender related vulnerability to psychopathology and to psychosocial stressors. Suicide prevention programmes should incorporate woman specific strategies. More research on suicidal behavior in women particularly in developing countries is needed.

In general, marriage appears to be less protective against suicide for women than for men. This seems to be particularly the case for young women in developing countries in Asia. The life and marital circumstances of these women may make them vulnerable to suicidal behavior. Stresses may include arranged and early marriage, young motherhood, low social status, domestic violence, and economic dependence. Social, cultural, and religious constraints may discourage women from employment, careers, and financial and social independence, and encourage them to remain within unhappy marriages in dependent living arrangements with extended family. Marriages issues should be resolved by government organizations so that, the couple might get safety measures to live their life according to their terms. People should get united and work together to make it a right to freedom. Women should be encouraged more to become self independent and uplift herself to live her life in her terms. Women have to focus on career, job, and their life, so that they can’t be demoralize by any one.

There are number of thoughts running inside a women and she has that power to trigger her right choices among various. Women play an important role in each and every individual’s life whether she is a wife, mother, girlfriend, daughter, sister, or maid.

Let us consider some facts due to which women’s are diverted towards suicide.

Factors contributing to suicide in India In 2019:

Contributing FactorsPercentage (%)
family problems
Drug abuse/alcohol addiction
Marriage related issues
Love affairs
Bankruptcy or indebtedness
Failure in examination
Professional/career problem           
Property dispute
Death of dear person
Suspected/illicit relation
Fall in social reputation
Other causes
Causes not known

Number of death rate has been indicated towards family problems, which is a major issue of the country. There should be more focus on developing one’s psychology, so that they can share it with someone before ending their life. There should be some preventions which can help the women’s by lifting up and start with a new beginning with true inspirations. These issues should be more focused, as they are the part of concern. There are number of ways by which we can circulate or communicate the messages, Nowadays social media is a biggest platform which is a major weapon to get through each and every individual. There are some preventions listed below.

Suicide prevention

Approaches to preventing suicide include:

  1. Reducing social isolation.
  2. Preventing social disintegration.
  3. Treating mental disorders.
  4. Regulating the sale of pesticides and ropes.
  5. Promoting psychological motivational sessions and meditation and yoga.
  6. Circulating positive and helpful ideas through social media.
  7. Free communication session with experts.
  8. Be a good listener to them.

Let us view some warning signs, where one can find out whether his/her any member is giving warning signs in chats or talks.

Warning Signs:
Warning signs that someone may be at immediate risk for attempting suicide include:

  • Talking about wanting to die or wanting to kill themselves
  • Talking about feeling empty or hopeless or having no reason to live
  • Talking about feeling trapped or feeling that there are no solutions
  • Feeling unbearable emotional or physical pain
  • Talking about being a burden to others
  • Withdrawing from family and friends
  • Giving away important possessions
  • Saying goodbye to friends and family
  • Putting affairs in order, such as making a will
  • Taking great risks that could lead to death, such as driving extremely fast
  • Talking or thinking about death often

Other serious warning signs that someone may be at risk for attempting suicide include:

  • Displaying extreme mood swings, suddenly changing from very sad to very calm or happy
  • Making a plan or looking for ways to kill themselves, such as searching for lethal methods online, stockpiling pills, or buying a gun
  • Talking about feeling great guilt or shame
  • Using alcohol or drugs more often
  • Acting anxious or agitated
  • Changing eating or sleeping habits
  • Showing rage or talking about seeking revenge

We are now aware with this information that we can’t take things lightly, so let’s get united towards this major issue, which can be beneficial to number of people.

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