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Publisher's Summary

What causes people to take their own lives and how can we prevent it?
In this elaborate study, the specific issues that relate to suicidal tendencies are addressed. Causes and consequences come to light, and comparisons are made between countries, individuals, and triggers that influence a person in a depressive state to contemplate the unthinkable. You'll hear about, among others:


Why suicide is more prevalent in some countries than others, according to stats and factors attributed to nations' specific issues.
Individual reasons for suicide.
Peer pressure, bullying, relationships, financial status, pesticides, governments, substance abuse, social pressure, physical health, employment, and other contributors.
Some of the most important tips about what to do when someone is getting serious about committing suicide.
A discussion about medication and prevention methods.
How to help yourself when you have suicidal thoughts.
And much more.
Curious yet? Then don't wait and start listening.
©2017 Mandy Womack (P)2017 Mandy Womack
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1 out of 5 stars
By bgr on 04-21-18

Horrible narrator. Shallow book. Skip it.

Worst narrator I've ever listened to. She couldn't pronounce many words. Horrible voice. Substantively, it should be an article of statistics, rather than a real book. For those who want insight to the death of loved ones, skip this. It's supremely unhelpful.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Xavier Thomas on 03-30-18

good resource for a difficult subject

good resource for a difficult subject. lots of filler info and global statistics , but good.

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