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Suicide (Anglais) Broché – 1 décembre 1978
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The aftermath of suicide and how to go on
1 février 2014 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Une personne a trouvé cela utile.
If you have someone talking about commiting suicide dial 911. Reading this book doesn't stop suicide. Rather it deals with those who must pick up the pieces after someone has killed themselves. It's a truthful, honest and open book about the aftermath of suicide. The book is written by a an who should know a lot about the subject. David Wilkerson. He founded a drug program in New York City and worked in that program for 8 years before becoming a public speaker. If you have to pick up the pieces and deal with the aftermath of a suicide of a loved one, friend, employee then this book can be helpful.
s. ann marie Morais
Now matter how great a student or how popular they maybe suffering in ...
7 janvier 2016 - Publié sur Amazon.com
A MUST read for parents and teens. Now matter how great a student or how popular they maybe suffering in silence.
Not helpful to a suicidal person
1 janvier 2006 - Publié sur Amazon.com
5 personnes ont trouvé cela utile.
I picked up this book at a time when I was struggling and found it very unhelpful. I strongly feel that Wilkerson himself has never really been in a situation where he himself contemplated suicide. If he had, he might have approached the issue with more compassion and understanding. The book is very condemming and a person already feeling suicidal would probably only be convinced that they are a terrible person for feeling suicidal. It was very heavy-handed in its religious approach, even browbeating. I am religious myself, but I found the constant, hit-you-over-the-head style of Christian thought offputting. This book doesn't really provide insights into a person's condition, and I found it unhelpful.
Suicide - David Wilkerson
5 septembre 2000 - Publié sur Amazon.com
8 personnes ont trouvé cela utile.
I read this book when I was sixteen years old. I checked it out from the school library in the Nebraska High School I attended. I was doing a report for a class and decided 'suicide' was what I wanted to do the report about. I was at a point in my life where life made no sense to me and I was willing to blame it on anyone. I picked this book up and read it from front to back. I avowed at the end of the book that suicide would never be a part of my life as long as I had one good friend in my life. This book showed me that Jesus would always be that one good friend. And therefore I could never consider suicide. Recently a friend of ours told us that his wife had tried to commit suicide. I gave them my book. And now can no longer purchase one to replace it. I wish I could pass one out to all the people I know that feel so desperate that it could be the only answer for them. God Bless David Wilkerson and the good works he has knowingly and unknowingly accomplished through the words of this book.
excellent biblical study of the subject of suicide
7 août 1999 - Publié sur Amazon.com
8 personnes ont trouvé cela utile.
This is an extremely insightful book into the mind of suicide- prone individuals. It also gives the cure for these tendencies by examining exerpts from the Bible, and applying them to the problems which potential suicide victims face.It is NOT just another "don't worry-be happy" book. It acknowledges the heartfelt and often legitimate pain which these people feel, and offers actual(Bible-based)methods by which to overcome the suicidal urge.Highly reccommended to everyone, even if you are merely "down-in-the-dumps", and not suicidal.Also reccommended is "Have You Felt Like Giving Up Lately?", also by David Wilkerson.