What Are Murder-Suicides and Red Flags to Look Out For


Murder-Suicides are is a horrible act in which an individual kills one or more people before killing themselves. Every time we turn on the news, we’re starting to hear more about shootings throughout the country where the gunman then terminates his life or even smaller murders where a member of a family decides to do this act. It is tragic and heartbreaking to know there are people like that out there, and the truth is as normal as someone may seem, you never really know what goes on in their head. According to some psychologists, there might be ways to spot some forms of behavior that can/should raise red flags. If you’re in a relationship with someone, have a family member or friend that you have some concerns about, these are a few things to look out for. In all cases of murder-suicides, there are always patterns of behaviors that these people tend to have:

antisocial behavior

aggression/anger issues

mental health disorder

history of physical abuse

substance abuse


obsessive compulsive disorder

financial problems

marital problems

Once again, having some does not mean that a person with these traits could commit such a crime. A lot of people have anxiety, stress and mental health problems that they try to cope/deal with on a daily basis and can function fine in society, however, these are just things to look out for just in case. If you are worried about yourself or someone else, call Detective Gomez now. He has years of experience with situations of bad relationships and marriages where infidelity, abuse and others are involved and can help you today.

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