what is the connection between bullying in school and teens suicide?

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what is the connection between bullying in school and teens suicide? by Mind Map: what is the connection between bullying in school and teens suicide?

1. Bullying in school doesn't lead to teen suicide.

1.1. According to McBraid bullying does not lead to teen suicide because you only committed suicide when you are depressed or you have some type of mental problems.

1.2. According to Painter bullying has nothing in common with suicide because only people with mental illness and depressed committed suicide.

1.3. According to McBraid claiming that bullying causes suicide is something irrational. Bullying does not direct to committed suicide (McBraid).

1.3.1. McBraid explains that people suicide because they are depressed or have some type of metal illness "Remember the story of Phoebe Prince, a young Irish immigrant attending South Hadley High School near Boston? After she committed suicide in 2009, several of her classmates were charged with a variety of crimes. Slate writer Emily Bazelon went back and documented exactly what happened to Prince in the months leading up to her death. She was depressed because she just broke up with her boyfriend" (McBraid).

1.3.1.1. This quote shows an example of a girl who committed suicide. Everyone thought that she committed suicide because she was bullied but then later on they found out that she kill herself because she broke up with her boyfriend and she was depressed.

1.3.2. McBraid explains that bullying doesn't lead to suicide by saying that "Lots of teenagers get bullied between 1 in 4 and 1 in 3 teenagers report being bullied in real life, fewer report being bullied online" (McBraid).

1.3.2.1. This quote matter because it gives us a verifiable fact because people already studied it and they know the exactly numbers of teenagers with this problem.

1.4. According to Painter bullying has nothing in common with suicide. People that suicide have in common few thing like they are depressed or have some mental illness ( Painter).

1.4.1. Painter states that bullying has nothing in common with suicide by saying "One problem is that a lot of the warning signs are very similar to typical adolescent angst" (Painter).

1.4.1.1. This quotes matters because it shows us one of the problems why people think and don't think bullying is lead to suicide or it doesn't lead to suicide

1.4.2. Painter states that bullying has nothing in common with teen suicide by saying that "A lot of people thinks that bullying lead to suicide but depression is what lead to suicide" (Painter).

1.4.2.1. This quote matters because it gives us a reason why bullying does not lead to teen suicide.

2. Bullying in school increases teen suicides.

2.1. In the article, "School bullying is related to mental illness and suicide'' notes that the point of this article is to find a solution to solve the problem of bullying and suicide since they are related behaviors ("School Bullying'')

2.1.1. This article explains some verifiable facts that come from studies on bullying "Youth who report both bullying others and being bullied (bully-victims) have the highest risk for suicide-related behavior of any groups that report involvement in bullying" ("School Bullying").

2.1.1.1. This quote means that youth who report both bullying other and being bullied have the possibility for suicide-related behavior of any groups that report involvement in bullying.

2.1.2. School Safety sates some facts on bullying and how it affects people "Bullying has serious and lasting negative effects on the mental health and overall well-being of youth involved in bullying in any way including: those who bully others, youth who are bullied, as well as those youth who both bully others and are bullied by others, sometimes referred to as bully-victims" ("School Bullying").

2.1.2.1. This matter because this quote tells me that bullying can affect in people in serious and lasting negative effects on metal health and can lead to kill themselves.

2.2. In the article ''How three suicides in three months prompted one school board to find a solution to bullying'' notes that bullying leads to suicide because three victims of bullying had committed suicide ("How three").

2.2.1. The article How three suicides in the three months prompted one school board to find a solution to bullying reports that "Amanda Todd of Port Coquitlam, B.C., was 15 when she died by suicide after being tormented by cyberbullies. Rehtaeh Parsons, a 17-year-old from Cole Harbour, N.S., who killed herself in April, was also bullied" ("How three").

2.2.1.1. This quote shows us examples of teenagers that committed suicide because they were being bullied which it means that bullying does lead to suicide.

2.2.2. The Global and Mail Editorial Board explains that bullying increases teenagers to suicide by giving a anecdote of a teenager who was bullied "I would cry in my bedroom, dreading the next morning's ride to my school. Kids bullied me about my weight and my inability to play sports.When I was being bullied and teased. I thought i will never going to fit in, I will never going to have friends to hang out with. I also thought of kill myself("How three").

2.2.2.1. This quote shows an anecdote of a teenager who was bullied by a lot of people. I think this an important quote because he explained how did he felt and what he was about to do.

2.2.3. According to the article ''How three suicides in three months prompted one school board to find a solution to bullying'' lead to suicide because they have some proof and there are a lot of people that committed suicide because of bullying.

2.2.4. According to the article "School bullying is related to mental illness and suicide'' bullying leads to suicide because they already studied some of students and also because they have some examples of people who was being bullied and they kill themselves.