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Help that 2-3 percent who are going to commit suicide. From there psychologists can help find the root behind the problem and help them overcome their pyschache. The leads to our next question, are the commonalties in suicides? Commonality in suicide can only be considered common if present in 95 to 100 percent of suicidal incidences. There are 10 commonalties considered in suicide. The common purpose of suicide is to seek a solution. Suicide is never done without purpose; it is a way out of a problem. Eventually suicide becomes the answer, the key to the puzzle. The common goal of suicide is cessation of consciousness. The moment that stopping their conscious means the pain will stop. They want all things to stop now, permanently. The common stimulus of suicide is unbearable psychological pain. No one commits suicide out of joy; it is always mental and eventually intolerable.

The common stressor in suicide is frustrated psychological needs. Many suicidal people belief they have specific unfulfilled psychological pain, which induces them to commit the act. The common emotion in suicide is hopelessness-helplessness. The patient feels as though nothing can help them or there is no hope except suicide. The common cognitive state in suicide is ambivalence. This shows that patients both wish to dies, but at the same times they want to be rescued. The common perceptual state in suicide is constriction. This is the feeling tat there is no other way out; this is the only answer. The common action in suicide is escape or egression. The patients do not know how to escape the pain through other means, other than suicide. The common interpersonal act in suicide is communication of intention. All suicidal victims want to be hear and rescued, but also want to dies, that...