Uzun was distraught that his daughter hadn't asked his permission to marry.
Suicide prevention experts might gain insight from this trend.
What's obvious is that those at an emotional flashpoint need to make a statement to others. After all, man is a social creature. They also want to do this in a theatrical way. Drama is in our DNA.
Perhaps those in mental health can establish a digital social platform for human beings at the brink to share what is pushing them over the edge. The presentation would be anonymous. The audience would consist of a trained intervention professional.
From a family with the so-called "suicide gene," I have connected the dots on how troubled human beings navigate from coping to an emotional dimension in which suicide seems a good idea. The red flag is that they turn inward. They stop sharing their thoughts and feelings. They are preoccupied with gaining release, on their own terms.
Given the financial resources of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg might set up a pilot program for such an initiative.
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