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The Malefic Spell of Suicide

Suicide is arguably one of the most difficult subjects to broach in social conversation. 

 

Most people

 

  • prefer not to think of the concept
  • are sufficiently hard wired as to be incapable of considering causing instantaneous fatal harm themselves
  • react by comparing a suicide to the death of person of similar age from, say, cancer

 

The word suicide comes from the latin sui- meaning oneself and +cide to kill.

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1            In his article posted on the Huffington Post website, posted: 23/10/2013 18:01, Professor Damien Ridge discusses the mostly taboo subject of male suicide, the perceived history and a simple solution – talking about it.

 

http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/professor-damien-ridge/male-suicide-and-depression_b_4147181.html

 

 

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2           ‘The silent epidemic of male suicide’ By Dan Bell February 2008 for BBC News highlighted that in 2005 road traffic accidents as the biggest cause of death for males in the 15 – 34 age group.

 

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/7219232.stm

 

 

              In 2011 suicide was the biggest cause of death of young men in this age group and the prediction is that this situation will get worse.

 

              So why does the silence persist?

 

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3            Holly Baxter writing for the New Statesman http://www.newstatesman.com/2013/05/uncomfortable-truth-why-do-more-men-women-commit-suicide

 

               There are statistics which indicate likely causes but what leads a man like Kurt Cobain to take his own life?   Often we just do not understand why.

In highlighting the work of Jane Powell, head of the male suicide prevention charity Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM.) Holly uses a statistic which demonstrates that we can act to halt this destructive phenomena. 

 

 Young male suicide rates during their years of operation have dropped by 55 per cent in Merseyside

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Fleet Half Marathon 16 March 2014

Start of the Fleet Half Marathon 16 March 2014

Bates Solicitors Sponsor The Matthew Elvidge Trust

 

13.1 Miles for Matthew

 

199  Athletes signed up to run the Fleet Half Marathon 16 March 2014 in memory of Matthew Elvidge and in support of the Matthew Elvidge Trust.

23  years old, Matthew, having successfully completed a degree course and 1 day before he was due to start work in London old took his life after a short period of depression.

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year old men were more likely to die from suicide than a road traffic accident according to the Office of National Statistics and in 2011 suicide was the highest single cause of deaths in young men. Predictions indicate that this silent epidemic will worsen.

2014 Bates Solicitors support and sponsor The Matthew Elvidge Trust providing  running shirts and event funding for the Fleet Half Marathon.   As a well established race, many top athletes regard this race as a warm up for the London Marathon.

6045  suicides in 2011 alone, inevitably means that in one way or another many people are touched by this tragedy. 

2010     The Matthew Elvidge Trust was set up with key objectives of raising awareness of depression in young people, equipping and training others to identify young people who may need support, to actively help young people suffering from depression and reduce the stigma of depression.   The Matthew Elvidge Trust website has full details of their work including at Government level and in universities.   Join Bates Solicitors in supporting their work. 

Written for Bates Solicitors.   Bo Nightingale March 2014

Alex Hamilton, MA Head of Latin and Classics at Lord Wandsworth College first TMET runner to finish the Fleet Half Marathon

 

24    Alex Hamilton, MA Head of Latin and Classics at Lord Wandsworth College first TMET runner to finish the Fleet Half Marathon.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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