“Anyone who is not completely oblivious to the reality they are emerged in, is aware that there is more to life than spending time with the people you love, getting that well-deserved promotion and feeling the joy of traveling to a place you have never visited. We know that these are the good things in life because at some point we hit the low life had in store for us all. While most of us go through these moments being aware that they do not last forever and that sooner or later, we will rise again, for others, the blow is just unbearable, and the only solution they see is leaving this world for good.”
Yesterday, a website Insider Monkey has published an article on 26 highest suicidal cities in the world. Suicide remains an ever present issue. The meaning of life is contained in the good as much as in the bad moments. While some see the bad in life as that which sharpens their senses for the good life has to offer and as that making them stronger and more enduring, others do not have that kind of a perspective. For them, the very existence is simply unbearable, which is why they decide to take their own lives and transcend the worldly being. The article provides the information as to the countries with the highest suicide rates in 2015 and 2017 and with the lowest suicide rates. To estimate which the highest suicidal cities in the world are, the data on country suicide rates provided by the World Health Organization and the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development and the data on population in the cities are taken into account. These data helped in generated the estimated number of people who take their own lives in the cities on the list. Undoubtedly, there is a need for a more efficient prevention mechanisms which would help in reducing suicide rates worldwide. If you are curious to know more, check out the article on 26 highest suicidal cities in the world and let me know what you think.