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         Suicide:     more books (99)
  1. For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Is Enuf by Ntozake Shange, 1997-09-01
  2. The Virgin Suicides: A Novel by Jeffrey Eugenides, 2009-04-27
  3. Revolutionary Suicide: (Penguin Classics Deluxe Edition) by Huey P. Newton, 2009-09-29
  4. Why People Die by Suicide by Thomas Joiner, 2007-09-30
  5. The Suicide Effect by L.J. Sellers, 2010-08-24
  6. SuicideGirls: Beauty Redefined by Missy Suicide, 2008-12-01
  7. No Time to Say Goodbye: Surviving The Suicide Of A Loved One by Carla Fine, 1999-11-09
  8. The Book of Bunny Suicides by Andy Riley, 2003-12-30
  9. The Professor, the Banker, and the Suicide King: Inside the Richest Poker Game of All Time by Michael Craig, 2006-06-05
  10. Silent Grief: Living in the Wake of Suicide by Christopher Lukas, Henry M. Seiden, 2007-03-15
  11. Night Falls Fast: Understanding Suicide by Kay Redfield Jamison, 2000-10-10
  12. Suicide By Sugar: A Startling Look at Our #1 National Addiction by Nancy Appleton, G. N. Jacobs, 2009-11-15
  13. 2011 Bunny Suicides Wall Calendar (Square Wall Cal) by Andy Riley, 2010-08-01
  14. Suicide by Emile Durkheim, 1997-02-01

1. Death: Suicide
Educational site about death in general, and suicide in particular. Covers different types of suicide.
Life is tough - we've figured that out long ago, and just in case we forget, books and religion constantly remind us how critical it is to overcome adversity. They point out that life is a precious gift, and yet some people insist on throwing it away. Suicide isn't a recent phenomenon however, and despite extensive research, its causes remain varied and complex. Sacrificing one's life to for others or for principle Martyrs samurai warrior committing seppuku (a ritual suicide under the warrior code known as Bushido), the Native American dog soldier or the Aztec soldier throwing himself on his enemy in order to attain the "Flower Death" , each held the promise of a reward to carry them through their grim ordeal. From Patrick Henry to contemporary suicide-bombing terrorists, people have continued to view some causes as greater than themselves. Refusal to live with a terminal disease or illness While it is obvious that all of us will die, for some the reality of death is much more imminent and certain. Modern medicine has extended the human life span, but sometimes all it can offer is the certainty that death is rapidly approaching. And near the end, quality of life inevitably tends to degrade. The decision to take one's life rather than waiting for nature to take its course is one response to this situation. Western society tends to be more accepting of this form of suicide , which carries less social stigma than other types.

2. Suicide - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
suicide (Latin suicidium, from sui caedere, to kill oneself ) is the act of a human being intentionally causing his or her own death. suicide is often committed out of despair
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v d ... e Suicide Latin suicidium , from sui caedere , "to kill oneself") is the act of a human being intentionally causing his or her own death . Suicide is often committed out of despair , or attributed to some underlying mental disorder which includes depression bipolar disorder schizophrenia alcoholism and drug abuse Financial difficulties interpersonal relationships and other undesirable situations play a significant role. Over one million people commit suicide every year. The

3. Suicide: Drug Induced Suicide Prevention
suicide University Minnesota Medical School published research projectdrug induced suicide prevention
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4. Buddhism And Suicide - Damien Keown
The ethics of suicide in Buddhism in light of the case of Channa.

- Buddhism and Suicide - The Case of Channa
Damien Keown - University of London, Goldsmiths
In his 1983 paper "The 'Suicide' Problem in the Paali Canon," Martin Wiltshire wrote: "The topic of suicide has been chosen not only for its intrinsic factual and historical interest but because it spotlights certain key issues in the field of Buddhist ethics and doctrine." I think Wiltshire was right to identify suicide as an important issue in Buddhist ethics: it raises basic questions about autonomy and the value of human life, and plays a pivotal role in related questions such as physician-assisted suicide and euthanasia. I will not discuss any of those questions here, since the first priority is to address the specific "problem" Wiltshire identified in the title of his paper, namely that suicide seems to be regarded with ambivalence in the Pali canon. Wiltshire wrote in his opening paragraph: "We should, perhaps, point out that suicide first presented itself to us as an intriguing subject of enquiry when we discovered that it appeared to be regarded equivocally within the Canon, that it was both censored and condoned." The view that suicide is regarded equivocally in the canon goes back at least to the 1920s. In his 1922 entry on suicide in the

5. Suicide: Read This First
If you are feeling suicidal now, please stop long enough to read this. It will only take about five minutes.
If you are feeling suicidal now, please stop long enough to read this. It will only take about five minutes. I do not want to talk you out of your bad feelings. I am not a therapist or other mental health professional - only someone who knows what it is like to be in pain. I don't know who you are, or why you are reading this page. I only know that for the moment, you're reading it, and that is good. I can assume that you are here because you are troubled and considering ending your life. If it were possible, I would prefer to be there with you at this moment, to sit with you and talk, face to face and heart to heart. But since that is not possible, we will have to make do with this. I have known a lot of people who have wanted to kill themselves, so I have some small idea of what you might be feeling. I know that you might not be up to reading a long book, so I am going to keep this short. While we are together here for the next five minutes, I have five simple, practical things I would like to share with you. I won't argue with you about whether you should kill yourself. But I assume that if you are thinking about it, you feel pretty bad. Well, you're still reading, and that's very good. I'd like to ask you to stay with me for the rest of this page. I hope it means that you're at least a

6. Suicide News - Topix
News on suicide continually updated from thousands of sources around the net.

7. Psychosis And Suicide In Scientology
Scientology and suicide.
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8. - A Decision-making Site For Those Contemplating Suicide Will you live, or will you die ?, Assistance for those facing the ultimate decision, The right to commit suicide, and other contemplations. suicide prevention if
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Original Publication Date of this page 10/30/04

9. NIMH Suicide In The U.S.: Statistics And Prevention
A fact sheet of statistics on suicide with information on treatments and suicide prevention.
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10. Redirecting...
Jewish perspective of suicide. Discussion of exceptions where suicide is permitted, like the suicide of king Saul.
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11. Suicide: West's Encyclopedia Of American Law (Full Article) From
n. The act or an instance of intentionally killing oneself. The destruction or ruin of one's own interests It is professional suicide to involve oneself in illegal practices

12. - When No One Knows Your Pain - A Place Of Hope & Compassion For Th
Offering direction for immediate crisis intervention and emotional support for those who are gravely suicidal.
I realize if you are here, your life
may be in danger.
You may feel that you can't go on another moment, another day. Life may be absolutely unbearable. You may want to just close your eyes and cease to exist. But death does not come so easily. And although you cannot bear it, you still live on - your heart still beats, your breath ceaselessly enters... You need help
You need the torment to end
one way, or the other. How will you make it through this
terrible time in your life ? How can you believe
you will ever be cured ? Let this site and others like it, be the living proof of a new life that exists for you, yet unseen. You can believe in those of us who have been there before you. Hear our voices calling to you in the darkness. We have all been there where you are. We too felt there was no hope. Now here we are - we have made it through.

13. Suicide Prevention, Suicide Awareness, Suicide Support - Suicide.or suicide Prevention, suicide Awareness, suicide Support, suicide, suicide, suicide, suicide, suicide, suicide, suicide, suicide, suicide, suicide, suicide, suicide is a 501c3 NON-PROFIT Organization and Website Suicide Survivors Forum - Click for Info! God bless everyone affected by the Haiti quake. We love them all: Haiti
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getting help is the answer. If you are suicidal, have attempted suicide,
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support, love, and extensive resources here. I Love You. And I will never stop fighting for you, Kevin Caruso Founder, Executive Director, Editor-in-Chief Senior Writer, Forum Administrator If you or someone you know is in immediate danger because of thoughts of suicide Please call 911 now If you are not in the U.S., please call your local emergency number. There is help for you. Stay on the phone with the operator and wait for help to arrive. Do not hesitate to call. Your life is extremely valuable, and people care about you. Please reach out for help. Never act on your thoughts of suicide. Never. If you are not in immediate danger because of thoughts of suicide, but need someone to talk with about your suicidal feelings, please do not hesitate to call one of the following national suicide prevention lines:

14. Redirect Suicide Page
Fact sheet and resources from the CDC.

15. Suicide And Suicide Prevention
Large collection of articles themed on suicide.

16. Suicide Causes. Suicide Causes. Suicide Causes. Suicid
suicide Causes. Learn about suicide causes. suicide causes information. suicide causes listed. suicide causes help. suicide causes explained. suicide causes described. is a 501c3 NON-PROFIT Organization and Website Suicide Survivors Forum - Click for Info!
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Suicide Causes
by Kevin Caruso Over 90 percent of people who die by suicide have a mental illness at the time of their death. And the most common mental illness is depression. Untreated depression is the number one cause for suicide. Untreated mental illness (including depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and others) is the cause for the vast majority of suicides. Also, some people are genetically predisposed to depression, and thus they may not appear to be undergoing any negative life experiences, yet still become depressed, and may die by suicide. So, some people die by suicide because of a depression that was caused by genetics. You probably have heard about some indivuduals who died by suicide and did not exhibit any symptoms or appear to have any serious problems. In these cases, it is possible that the person had depression that occured because of this genetic factor. It is very rare that someone dies by suicide because of one cause. Thus, there are usually several causes, and not just one, for suicide.

17. Suicide Survivor Support
A supportive site for anyone who has experienced the tragedy of child suicide. Link up with other parents, grandparents, brothers and sisters who have suffered the
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to this supportive non-profit site, established on 29 April 2003, for those who have suffered the tragic and indescribably painful loss of a child to suicide.
This site is also here to support young people who feel depressed or isolated in their problems and those who self-harm. You are not alone. Somebody cares very much.
My heart goes out to all of you who have lost a child, grandchild, brother or sister to suicide and I hope that you will find some comfort within these pages.
Please feel free to recommend any sites or resources that you feel will be helpful to surviving families or depressed youngsters.

" Y ou can never do a kindness too soon,
because you never know how soon it will be too late."
Ralph Waldo Emerson

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If you are thinking about suicide, please, please take a few minutes to read this first Charitynet Member
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18. Eenheid Voor Zelfmoordonderzoek
The aim of the Unit for suicide Research is to understand and prevent suicidal behaviour. Epidemiological data on suicide in Belgium are presented.

19. Suicide Warning Signs, Symptoms, Causes, Facts
Learn the warning signs and symptoms of suicidal behavior (writing a suicide note), and get the facts on suicide prevention, causes, treatment, assessment, risk factors and support
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Medical Editor: William C. Shiel Jr., MD, FACP, FACR Suicide is a major public health problem, with more than 32,000 persons dying by suicide each year in the United States, or about 80 suicides per day. In addition to completed suicides, another 1,500 unsuccessful suicide attempts occur each day. In the 18- to 65-year age group, suicide is the fourth leading cause of death in the United States. Suicide occurs in persons of all ages and backgrounds, but certain groups of people are at increased risk for suicide attempts. These include persons with a psychiatric illness and a past history of attempted suicide. Males are more likely than females to commit suicide, although attempts are more common among females. A family history of, or exposure to, suicide; altered levels of neurotransmitters in the brain; and impulsivity are other factors that may increase an individual's risk of suicide.

20. Assessing & Responding To Suicide Risk
This chapter on Responding to Suicidal Risk appears in *Ethics in Psychotherapy and Counseling, 2nd edition*
Responding to Suicidal Risk
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Responding to Suicidal Risk
Ken Pope, Ph.D., ABPP
Melba J.T. Vasquez, Ph.D., ABPP This chapter is divided into the following sections:
  • introduction evaluating suicidal risk: 21 factors 10 steps to reduce risk avoidable pitfalls: advice from the experts (Norman Farberow, Marsha Linehan, Nadine Kaslow, Ricardo Munoz, Jessica Henderson Daniel, David Rudd, Daid Barlow, Erika Fromm, Larke Nahme Huang, Gary Schoener, Marla Craig, Jesse Geller, Don Hiroto, Helen Block Lewis, Hans Strupp, Michael Peck) related studies
  • Few responsibilities are so heavy and intimidating as responding to suicidal risk. The need for careful assessment is great. Suicide remains among the top dozen causes of death in the United States, as high as number two for some groups. Homicide rates seize popular attention, but far more people kill themselves than kill others. Authorities in the field are almost unanimous in their view that the reported figures vastly understate the actual incidence because of problems in reporting procedures. Solo practitioners may be even more vulnerable than their colleagues who practice within the contexts of institutions with their natural support systems. Those in training may constitute one of the most vulnerable groups. Kleespies, Smith, and Becker (1990) found that "trainees with patient suicides reported stress levels equivalent to that found in patient samples with bereavement and higher than that found with professional clinicians who had patient suicides" (p. 257). They recommend that all training programs have a protocol for assisting trainees with client suicide: "There is a need for an immediate, supportive response to the student to prevent traumatization and minimize isolation . . . and . . . for a safe forum that will allow the student to express his or her feelings, will ensure positive learning from the experience, and will help the student to integrate it constructively into future work with high-risk patients" (pp. 262-263).

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