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How I Stayed Alive When My Brain Was Trying to Kill Me: One Person’s Guide to Suicide Prevention
Susan Rose Blauner (au); Bernie S. Siegel (fr)
Author Blauner survived 18 years of suicidal obsession & 3 suicidal gestures, one of which could have left her blind, deaf, or with permanent kidney & liver damage. During that time she searched for a book like this, but found none, so she wrote this one. If you are depressed & living with suicidal thoughts -- or know & care about someone who is -- relief is available. During her therapy, she found a miracle worker, Sylvia, who helped her change her life completely. Blauner tells how she found ways to divert her mind, reinforce her spirit, & keep her body alive long enough for suicidal thoughts & difficult feelings to pass. From years of experience she knows that every feeling will pass. Read on, & know you can stay alive when your brain is trying to kill you.
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