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Cry of Pain J. Mark G. Williams

Cry of Pain By J. Mark G. Williams

Cry of Pain by J. Mark G. Williams

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A survey of suicide and attempted suicide, this book presents facts and theories alongside current psychotherapeutic thinking and practice. Opposing the usual interpretation, the author suggests that suicide is instead a cry of pain and the result of mental anguish and the need to escape.

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Table of Contents

Historical perspective; suicide - the statistics; psychiatric and social factors in suicide; the causes of attempted suicide; rational suicide, euthenasia and martyrdom; psychodynamics, biology and genetics; the effect of the media; the cry of pain; memory taps; the primary prevention of suicidal behaviour; secondary prevention - therapy for suicidal feelings and behaviour; final thoughts.

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Cry of Pain by J. Mark G. Williams
Used - Well Read
Penguin Books Ltd
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