Suicidal ideas and attacks in adolescence and childhood are cries for help in the face of an emotional burden that cannot be overcome.


The specialist said that unfortunately the family often denies this fact, other times it distorts it or they do not detect it and when they realize it, the fact has been consummated.

Suicidal ideas and attacks in adolescence and childhood are cries for help in the face of an emotional burden that cannot be overcome.

Dr. Nilda Santamaría, child psychiatrist. Photo: Radio Panama

A study by the Ministry of Education (Meduca) revealed that around 35 suicide attempts are registered monthly in schools in the Republic of Panama, as announced by Vadín Moreno, Meduca’s psychosocial specialist.

In this sense, the forensic psychiatrist and psychiatrist, Nilda Arosemena, spoke about suicidal thoughts and attempts in young people of school age and their aggravating factors.

The specialist revealed that most of the suicidal ideas and attacks, especially in adolescence and childhood, are cries for help or a way of asking for help in the face of an emotional burden that cannot be dealt with, except for very specific illnesses. Most suicide attempts are related to very deep emotional pain that needs to be attended to, in the first instance by the family.

He said that unfortunately the family often denies this fact, other times it distorts it or they do not detect it and when they realize it, the fact has been consummated.

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