When someone commits suicide it effects the people who care about them very deeply and it can be difficult for family and friends to understand what motivated their loved one to take their own life. This new book sets out the facts about suicide in a straightforward way in order to help people who are trying to come to terms with their loss or are close to someone experiencing suicidal thoughts. Written by someone who has experienced the pain of someone close committing suicide, this sympathetic book aims to support those struggling to find understanding. Suicide: The Facts contains 101 points about the reasons why people might chose to take their own life, the signs to look out for and how to cope. Did you know that one in ten adolescents think about suicide? Are you aware that suicidal feelings are often treatable and that attempting suicide can be a cry for help? If you, or someone you know, has been affected by suicide this book is a good starting point in finding the support you need.
Nyckelord: Suicide, death, personal, experience, grief, commits