LEARN to share your problems and not resort to drastic measures, says police.
Police spokeswoman Ana Naisoro made the comment a day after World Suicide Prevention Day.
Her advice follows an increase in attempted suicide cases.
She said many of the cases stemmed from family or romantic disputes.
"Over the last three days, the force has been receiving a number of attempted suicide cases involving those as young as 15 years of age," Ms Naisoro said.
She said three attempted suicide cases were recorded on September 9 this year.
She said the recent increase in attempted suicide cases was a real concern for police and that it should be for everyone else as well.
"It shows that people are resorting to drastic measures instead of seeking help to solve their problems," Ms Naisoro said.
"Many of these cases could easily have been dealt with through dialogue and is something we all need to address," she said.