The idea of suicide coming into teens mind after watching the suicide scene of Hannah Baker from “13 Reasons Why?” wasn’t enough that they were introduced with the hype of a sinister life-taking online game “Blue Whale”
Young boy died from suffocation, a girl jumped from a nine storey building, and several more – they all were obsessed with the disturbing Blue Whale game.
Blue Whale Challenge is far from a game. It is a 50 days challenging that includes self-harm and in the final 10 days, players are required to wake up in early morning hour, listen to music and observe death.
This game manipulates young mind with cynicism, rage, unhappiness, depression and exhaustion. One of the rules of playing game is to stay away from love and support. They are influenced to watch horror movies.
Instead of being curious about the game, we’d suggest you to read out some psychological fact about nature and human behavior.
The show and the game – both have become the reasons of death of hundreds of students from around the world. One particular game and the Netflix’s series are influencing teens to view suicide as an escape from all their problems, and they have started to fantasize the terrible act of taking one’s own life. Phillip Budeikin, the crazy man behind the evil game “Blue Whale” says “My victims are biological waste and I am cleansing society” What excuse does creators of “13 Reasons Why?” have?
For more information on how ‘13 Reasons Why?” is on the list of raising suicide rate among teens, check out our article on 13 Reasons Why?
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