Suicide is a serious psychological problem
that is made worse by psychiatric diseases, personal loss,
and other stressful life events. Suicidal thoughts and
ideas were conveyed in a variety of ways by clients who
attempted suicide, but noncommunicable ones should be
closely monitored without misunderstanding or
misinterpretation to prevent precious human loss.
This case study was centered on a 17-year-old
married girl who had suicidal thoughts and a history of
three suicide attempts. Suicidal ideation and thoughts
were evaluated by observation and semi-structured
interview methods with open-ended questionnaires that
included personal, professional, familial, and
socioeconomic variables. Surprisingly, the client drew
pictures using pencils to describe her suicidal thoughts
and the triggers that led to them.
It is quite simple for the medical professional to
comprehend the etiological variables that significantly
contribute to the patient's thoughts of suicide and ideas.
Additionally, art will play a crucial part as a motivator
to subconsciously communicate their demands and
expectations from the family and society, which can
inhibit the severity of symptoms by deflecting the mind
and meeting their needs. Additionally, it inadvertently
encourages the medical professional, the patient's family,
and other people to learn about persistent suicidal
thoughts and ideas of clients, suicide warning signals,
and methods for controlling and preventing suicidal
Keywords : Suicidal thoughts and Ideas, Art, Painting, Drawing, Reducing Symptoms.