If you answer quickly and simply, in conditions of striving for unlimited growth, and limited resources, suicide is an absolutely normal thing. By and large, human suicide is as similar as possible to cell suicide, but cells are still living organisms, which means suicide is no longer only a human trick).
Of course, there are much more fun things, after all wherever there is consciousness, difficulties arise. Starting with the fact that a person kills himself most often, fully consciously, and ending with the fact that perhaps this event was predetermined, and therefore naturally, normal.
Modern people in their behavior are not guided by instincts, this is how we differ from animals. Moral attitudes, upbringing, spiritual values - can be called the determining factors. Accordingly, if a person grew up in an antisocial environment, this will be noticeable by his "wild" behavior.
There can be many reasons for suicide, but the main ones, it seems to me, are problems in the family and in relationships, financial difficulties, depression or other mental illnesses. With regard to the first two cases, partly to the third, a person has a discrepancy between idealized attitudes and reality, at some point the person despairs to change something and decides to commit suicide. Something like this, purely IMHO: /
If a person has instincts (which is a question, read the links below that I will give), all the same, instinct is not a reflex. You cannot want to and stop breathing, this is a reflex. And instinct, if any, only arouses desires, for example, to avoid pain or to act to stop pain. So there is such pain, both physical and mental, that you want to stop by suicide.
Can a person overcome the desire to reproduce, which is also an instinct in animals?
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