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Understanding Suicide Understanding Suicide "Suicide is a particularly awful way to die: the mental suffering leading up to it is usually prolonged, intense, and unpalliated," writes Kay Redfield Jamison. "There is no morphine equivalent to ease the acute pain, and death not uncommonly is violent and grisly." Jamison has studied manic-depressive illness and suicide both professionally--and personally. She first planned her own suicide at 17; she attempted to carry it out at 28. Now professor of psychiatry at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, she explores the complex psychology of suicide, especially in people younger than 40: why it occurs, why it is one of our most significant health problems, and how it can be prevented. Jamison discusses manic-depression, suicide in different cultures and eras, suicide notes (they "promise more than they deliver"), methods, preventive treatments, and the devastating effects on loved ones. She explores what type of person commits suicide, and why with detailed anecdotes about people who have attempted or committed suicide, some famous, some ordinary, many of them young.

Category: Psychiatry/Psychology
Subcategory: Techniques/Resources
Series: Grief/Loss
Author: JAMISON, KAY R

Publication Date: 10-10-2000
ISBN: 9780375701474
Pages: 448
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