Published April 2008
by Greenhaven Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
Books that punch life and happiness in the gut, and make the reader want to go to the nearest bridge over water and jump (but they don't, because that would be horrible). Suicide Books. by Kevin Caruso Below are some excellent books about suicide and grief. If you have lost a loved one to suicide, reading books that were written by other suicide survivors can be tremendously helpful. And if you are interested in learning more about suicide for any reason, the books below would be a great place to start. Suicide Why? is an excellent, very informative book on suicide. Adina Wrobleski, using her extensive knowledge and insight takes much of the mystery out of the most misunderstood subject. She explains, through the books question and answer format, what society must know in order to save lives. No other book exists to help those who are struggling with their experience of loss — or, perhaps, struggled with suicidal thoughts and feelings — within the context of their faith. It is a majestic effort of love to all who have lost a loved one to suicide and a tribute to Fr. Alar’s grandmother.
My new favorite book is called 13 Elegant Ways To Commit Suicide by Harold Meyers and illustrated by Jack Davis. The book came out in and is quite thought-provoking, something that could have certainly been inspirational—a bible of sorts—for Harold of Harold and Maude-fame. And really, it’s a handy future planning book. Books About Suicide Grief After Suicide: Understanding the Consequences and Caring for the Survivors (Series in Death, Dying, and Bereavement) Healing After the Suicide of a . A new book advising terminally ill people how to commit suicide has surged to No. 1 in the hard-cover advice category on The New York Times Best Sellers list to be published on Aug. This book is for anyone who has ever lost someone to suicide or who has ever considered suicide as an option for themselves. The intent behind this book is start a conversation, to break the stigma, associated with mental illness.
Suicide (book) Suicide (French: Le Suicide) is an book written by French sociologist Émile Durkheim. It is ostensibly a case study of suicide, a publication unique for its time that provided an example of what the sociological monograph should look like. Books for Survivors of Suicide Many loss survivors have found reading to be a helpful part of their healing journey. Here you will find books for adults, teens and children, as well as books that address a specific loss, such as loss of a child, spouse or sibling. In , men died by suicide x more often than women. The rate of suicide is highest in middle age — white men in particular. Suicide and self-injury cost the US $ 69 billion annually. LIFE AFTER SUICIDE is a raw and revealing exploration of a subject that’s been taboo for far too long. This book is timely and essential in our world. Le Suicide by French founding sociologist Émile Durkheim is a classic text in sociology that is widely taught to psychology students. Published in , the book was the first to present a sociological study of suicide, and its conclusion that suicide can have origins in social causes rather than just being due to individual temperament was groundbreaking at the : Ashley Crossman.