Tommen killed himself because of his mental condition.
There is no one answer to this question. Every person’s situation is different and there are many factors that can contribute to a person’s decision to take their own life. Some of these factors may be:
It had not been clear whether Tommen had had too much to drink or was already over the legal driving limit when he drove his car off the pier near Ramsgate in Kent on Saturday evening. He managed to save himself by grabbing onto a fishing boat before being handed ashore by coastguards at 7pm, where he told them that his financial worries were why he killed himself. He said: “I will soon be homeless and broke because I cannot work,” around eight hours before dying on Sunday morning from injuries sustained in the fall into freezing water.
“Tommy used to work for me – but I just find now that everyone seems so depressed and it is so sad to see everyone so sad. I don’t know what I am going to do, all my money has been spent on Tommy and he’s still saying that everything is fine but everything’s not fine,” said Mr Cortez at his Ramsgate home.”
“This man may have lost his family and was in debt beyond measure because of the loss. Despair set in and led him to take his own life.”
Tommy’s death shines a light on the plight of middle-aged men, often ignored by society. Suicide rates among British men aged 45 to 49 have increased by over a third (36%) since 2001, with 617 suicides in this age group in 2015. The latest figures from the Office for National Statistics show that middle-aged men are now more likely to kill themselves than women of the same age.
This is in stark contrast to young people, for whom suicide rates have fallen in recent years. For females aged 10 to 19, rates have decreased by over 50% since 2001, while for males in the same age group they have fallen by almost 40%.
It should be reported that Tommen was very good person and that everything he did it was just because of his love for family.