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Effects of the Religio Us Socialization Leading To or Slowing Down Suicide

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The individual biography is relevant to the relation between suicide and religion. The religious socialization can have an indirect influence on the origin of a suicide crisis and on the way both young people and adults deal with solving this problem. This is the outcome of an empirical-theological research into seven case-studies. In connection with physical, psychological and social factors, the effects of the religious socialization cause, at worst, an individual lack of being fully aware of possibilities, situations and actions or of interpreting them realistically and act as the problem requires. At best, they encourage the search for possibilities to solve the oppressing problems adequately, by supporting the critical openness for the purpose of a process of finding the meaning of life.


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