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You're about to discover how to recognize suicidal behavior in your friends and family.

Suicidal acts and attempts are phenomena that have been committed from one generation to another all around the world. Why do some people attempt suicide? There are various reasons that may warrant such thing. Perhaps the most populous and famous suicide committed in the history of mankind was the one carried out by Judas Iscariot. Judas Iscariot betrayed Jesus Christ of Nazareth according to the Christian Bible, and the motive behind it was because of his greed for money. He betrayed his master when he was given some pieces of silver to aid the scribes to capture Jesus. There are also many instances other than financial or materials rewards that warrants and individual to commit suicide.

But before we go on, let us define the term suicide and suicidal behavior. Hence, suicide is the act or an instance of taking one's own life voluntarily or intentionally especially when this is done by a person of a sane and sound mind. For any person to be said to have committed suicide, the person must have carried out the act without external assistance or external intervention or receiving help from a third party. It must be free from any person's compulsion. It must be done by a single individual and when this happens then it is crystal clear that the case is suicidal.

Here is a preview of what you'll learn...

  • What is suicidal behavior?
  • Ways suicide is committed
  • How to recognize suicidal behavior in your friends and family
  • And much, much more!

©2015 Patricia A. Carlisle (P)2015 Patricia A. Carlisle

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