Anyone that suffers from depression needs to read this "MUST READ" book.
This book helped me understand that they may not only be sad, they'd be angry, and they would most likely never understand why I would kill myself.
Staff have also read this book and we all feel that it is a great book that presents suicide in a very compassionate yet matter-of-fact manner.
This book saved my life five years ago. I would like to take the opportunity to thank the author, Paul Quinnett. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Martha G.
Ordered this for required reading for job. Has great informationPublished 6 months ago by White Crane
Great book... it is truly filled with good stories and aspiring philosophies. Four stars because the author's sentence structure is... incredibly bad. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Mitchell
A great reference book. The part about loneliness is so logical and insightful. The pathos he has for people of different cultures who've had terrible atrocities that ignite the... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Gold Apex
This book helped me fully understand the aftermath if I were to kill myself.
The one main thing that kept me going day after day was knowing that my family loved me, and... Read more
I work with people who may be considering suicide or at least having thoughts about it. This book is very well written and honest about the consequences of attempted and/or... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Margaret Perkins