This may occur if the person dying by suicide cannot have more children and takes resources away from relatives by staying alive.
An objection is that deaths by healthy adolescents likely does not increase inclusive fitness.
Suicide came to be regarded as a sin in Christian Europe and was condemned at the Council of Arles (452) as the work of the Devil.
In ancient Athens, a person who committed suicide without the approval of the state was denied the honors of a normal burial.
Adaptation to a very different ancestral environment may be maladaptive in the current one.
In Goethe's The Sorrows of Young Werther, the title character kills himself due to a love triangle involving Charlotte (pictured at his grave).
Additionally, all of the person's property was confiscated.
Attitudes towards suicide slowly began to shift during the Renaissance.