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ID number:781067
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Published: 13.05.2003.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used
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According to Linda Overstreet writer of "Negative Body Images, Society and Media," "chances are that you will know at least two people who will commit suicide during their teen years" (Overstreet 4). These may or not be people who are in one's circle of friends. My first exposure to suicide was in the ninth grade when I heard about a girl in my high school who had killed herself. I remember thinking, "why in the world would she have done this?" She was so pretty, and she was popular. Furthermore, she seemed to have it all, intelligence, friends, and a family that loved her. "What could be so wrong with her life that she felt she had no other choice?" I heard after the funeral her mother was going through her things and came across her diary. In the diary, she wrote that she couldn't deal with life anymore. Later, I was told that her friends began to distance themselves from her because she became more and more negative in her thinking of herself. She developed anorexia nervosa as she continued to believe that she was ugly and overweight. Her self-loathing eventually turned fatal as she took an overdose of pills before bed one night.…

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