Just Because You're Suicidal Doesn't Mean You're Crazy by Randi Jensen
The Psychobiology of Suicide

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Why do people kill themselves? Randi Jensen answers the question by bringing us a fascinating view of suicide from the inside. Describing twenty-four years of suicidal thoughts, plans, and attempts, she tells us how suicidal thought develops over time through endorphin-driven neural pathways.
It’s like sitting with the author having a heartfelt conversation. She compels us to turn each page to learn more, to experience more, while garnering more hope at each turn.
What do suicidal thoughts really mean and where do they come from? How do you stop them? Why do suicidal people think they are crazy? And how can I help someone who is suicidal? Here you can learn how to keep yourself alive and learn how to keep someone else alive. Just follow the Jensen Suicide Prevention Peer Protocol, the JSP3©, outlined in this book.
A must read for clinicians, family and friends.
A fascinating and illustrative view of suicide from the inside. After 24 years struggling with her own suicidality the author gives us an insightful explanation of how suicidal thought develops over time and how to help yourself or others successfully overcome it.
 

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Published July 28, 2012 by Randi J. Jensen. 117 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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