Suicide is a word common to any age, race, creed, or color. It is one word where its understanding includes the whole world. It normally comes with deep-seated challenges. The main debate to this word: is it a solution to our deepest traumas of life? Meaning, could this be a relief to our heartbreaks? Our trauma of health issues, is it a subject that when tabled, one can be guaranteed relief? Teenagers who are unable to face their first heartbreaks or spoiled brats throwing tantrums say, "If I can't get what I want, I'll just kill myself, and everyone will understand that I'm fed up." Is mercy killing aiding suicide for a loved one? Does suicide really give that finality to the traumas of life? Can we give and expect relief and escape from chronic poverty? What brings the thought to end it all and how can we be certain that the act gives the relief people think it brings? If it doesn't bring the desired effect one would expect from all these traumatic challenges of life, then what is suicide about and why does it project itself to a reason as a solution to desperation, to despondence? What actually is suicide about? The author delves deeply into the reason that suicide only rears its head with the challenges of life. Is it a temptation? Is it a gradual thought that makes sense when one has to face growth? This book breaks down all what suicide means to us as human beings.