123 cases of adolescents suicide attempts were investigated. The family communication's disturbances was the main cause of adolescents suicidal conflict in patients with borderline psychiatric disorders and alcohol or drug dependences. The psychopathological symptoms of adolescents with psychotic disorders were the basis of “unrealistic” conflict development. The suicidal act of these patients was a way of behavior in "unrealistic" suicidal conflict. The main motivation of adolescents suicidal behavior in patients with borderline psychiatric disorders was the desire to influence the social environment. Adolescents with psychotic symptoms chosen the lethal methods of suicide attempts more often.
suicide attempt, suicidal conflict, motivation, method of suicide attempt, adolescents
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