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In Stock. Seller Inventory x After Suicide Christian Care Books. Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press , Original Title. Other Editions 1. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about After Suicide , please sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. When we had a family member commit suicide there weren't as many "help" books. This book was by far the best of anything I found.
I read it so many times during those first dark years. Surprisingly, I've returned to it occasionally over the years--and I've never changed my opinion of this book. I think it would be slightly more appealing to Christians than to non-Christians but I have bought copies for others who also found it helpful--no matter their faith.
He doesn't preach at all. I only wish When we had a family member commit suicide there weren't as many "help" books. I only wish I'd found this book at the time of the suicide because that's where he begins his narration. I hope no one reading this review ever needs to read a book like this but if you do, you get a bit of hope that you can get through it. May 23, Sue rated it it was ok Shelves: non-fiction , suicide-and-or-grief , read-in Very quick read - less than 1 hour for me. This was not written by a survivor so I did not find it very helpful. Pretty much a reiteration of thoughts from other books.
Call Number: Traci Moorefield rated it it was amazing Mar 26, Jennifer Wright rated it really liked it Feb 22, Kathi Droskinis rated it really liked it Nov 23, Becky rated it really liked it Aug 09, Milt rated it it was ok Aug 08, Greg rated it really liked it Sep 27, The teachers respected him. He had a good marriage; a good family. At one point his wife did tell me that he was going through a low period.
I offered to be available if he wanted to talk but nothing came of it. Then one day I got the call to come his house; Coach had died. I rushed over, came in, saw several policemen, met his wife and hugged her, and then she led me to the bedroom. There on the bed, with sheets covered in blood, was Coach. He had cut his wrists. Right after his wife went to work that morning, he cut his wrists, laid down on the bed and died.
He was such a good, kind, caring man!
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Brandon was a college student at the University of Washington. He evidently was a very likable, active, good, sensitive kid…but with one real emotional challenge in his life…he had struggled with a crippling, chronic blushing problem for four years. Dawn and Steve Thomas want the world to understand the chronic, crippling blushing that led their year-old son Brandon to commit suicide this past May.
And they were deeply devastated on May 29, when Brandon jumped from the 11 th floor balcony of his Seattle dormitory, leaving behind a five page note blaming his suicide on despair caused by the little-known disorder.
After Suicide by John H. Hewett (1980, Paperback)
An estimated 5 percent to 7 percent of the population may suffer from chronic blushing, an uncontrollable reaction triggered by an overactive nervous system and compounded by the fallout of social shame. Here was a likable, good young man whose despair over chronic blushing caused him to take his own life. The number one cause of suicide is clinical depression and that condition cannot be taken lightly by the rest of us. We must give up this notion that committing suicide says that a person is weak or a wimp. Suicide happens to good, strong, caring people all the time.
On the back of your sermon notes sheet you will find a block of information regarding The Living Well Network which your former Senior Pastor, Rick Kirchoff, directs. This venture was enabled by Debbie Jones of our church who gave a generous gift to Methodist Healthcare in honor and loving memory of her husband, Dennis, who committed suicide in December So, here are some things you and I can do to when someone is contemplating suicide this is only part of the list found on the website :.
Now I want to speak to those persons who themselves may be struggling with serious depression and possibly contemplating suicide. While I understand that your situation is far more complex and challenging than perhaps I can express here, I do believe there are things you can do to avoid making the tragic decision to take your own life. Let me state five things. Communicate with others.
While the natural tendency when one is depressed is to cut yourself off from others, that is the worst thing you can do. Holding your feelings in and cutting yourself off from others, simply exacerbates the darkness you feel. One of the common statements made when one commits suicide or attempts suicide is something like, My family would be better off without me. Let me assure you this is not the case. Your friends will not be better off without you. The world will not be better off without you.
In fact, if you choose death by suicide, you will break the hearts of those who love you and bring them much pain for years to come.
You Are Not Alone. There are people who care and people who are willing to help — family, friends, pastors, your Church. Please know that there are manifold resources available to you to help you through this crisis. There is no shortage of venues for getting the help you need. There are excellent psychotherapists and counselors here in the wider Memphis area; including our own Germantown Methodist Counseling Center. There you will find three excellent counselors who are ready to help you move forward positively.