eople with suicidal ideation affect their entire lives without realizing it. Daily lives that every human should have the right to live peacefully, are being influenced by this illness. For example, public isolation is a huge factor that comes with suicidal thoughts, or depression (“2017 North Tampa Behavioral Health”, 2017). This problem by itself already causes several obstacles in depressed peoples everyday life. Public isolation interferes with sleep patterns, inflammation of stress hormones, increases heart diseases by 29% and strokes by 32%. This problem also affects individuals emotionally. For example, people who admit there lonely can make them feel as if they’ve failed at life’s most essential values, such as love, worth and exception. And unfortunately, this results in increasing the feelings of depression that people already have. It also causes conflict with our natural instincts to ask for help, which makes it harder for people with depression to be identified and supported (Khullar, 2016).The thing with severe depression is that one feeling ends up causing several more. It’s like a cycle of disappointment to the human brain. This problem not only affects the suicidal individual with depression, but also affects people around them. Family and friends of those who commit suicide are also unfortunately affected too. Parents who lost a child due to suicide are most likely to be affected with depression after their child’s death. If a person has a parent who has committed suicide, it’s very likely their kids will be diagnosed with depression too, and have a high risk of committing suicide themselves. People who have lost someone due to suicide are most likely to have extreme guilt, confusion, distress over no resolved issues and anger and resentment at the person who committed suicide. Which these factors can also somehow lead to depression. Usually when a person dies, people offer empathy and warmth to support people who have been affected, and the people who have been affected are in favor of this. Except with people who have been affected by a family or loved one who committed suicide, they accept the empathy of others a little different. They could fear talking about the death, dealing with it, and grieving, because they feel as if it could have been there fault, or they deserve the blame. This could lead up to extreme isolation, as mentioned before it’s a very huge factor of individuals diagnosed with depression (Tracy, 2017). Suicides affect others immensely, which makes this whole problem a cycle. One person could affect several more. That’s why it is important to prevent this, starting from one individual before it affects a handful more. This could decrease suicide rates immensely, and save thousands of humans before they are diagnosed with a mental illness. Suicide is often caused by a feeling of depression, that affects one’s moods, thoughts, and body. It also influences routines such as sleep and eating. This usually continues onto people’s adulthood. Depression is caused by many ways, for instance it could be because of someone’s low self-esteem. For others, it could be caused by rejection of family, and not having any moral support. If parents are struggling with personal problems, career or any illness themselves, teens may feel the tension and try to distract their parents. This could lead to them causing disruptive behavior, isolation, depression, and even verbal threats of suicide (Oster & Montgomery, 1996). Parents are then so focused in their own life and problems, they fail to see the crucial difficulty their child is going through. This is a huge factor that affects suicidal people. The lack of care from their parents and family causes them to take their life thinking it won’t affect anyone. Depression and suicidal thoughts could even be originated at school. The American Psychological Association proved that children ages 13 to 17 are more overwhelmed and depressed than adults. Figure 2 shows statistics on how lives of students under pressure are greatly impacted. A girl named Faith-Anne Bishop cut herself for the first time in eight grade while sitting on the edge of her tub at home. As her parents were asleep she stood up several nights doing this. “It makes the world very quiet for a few seconds,” says Faith-Anne. She then stated that she didn’t want to stop, because it was her only coping mechanism. The pain of the wound was a moment she escaped from anxiety she was battling about grades, future and everything (Schrobsdorff, 2016). Reasons like this, is why 1/3 to 1/2 of Americas adolescents have engaged in some type of self-injury. And why 70% of teens engaging in self-injury behavior have made at least one suicide attempt, and 55% have made several attempts (“Cutting statistics and self-injury treatments, n.d). People all over America are using self-abuse as a coping mechanism, that are eventually leading to suicide attempts, because they aren’t getting professional help their illness requires. Individuals are using self-abuse as a coping mechanism because they were never taught otherwise. Schools spend approximately eight hours a day with students, therefor if they dedicated 1 hour a week out of 40, to provide them lessons to teach them other methods to handle stress and depression without self-abuse, this could greatly impact millions of adolescences life’s. Figure 3 provides statistics how group therapy sessions have helped people with depression and anxiety greatly.