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I'm In The Tub, Gone (Book) - 12/28/2007 6:47:03 AM
Hello Richard, I am still looking for your book here in my country but even without reading it yet, somehow I can relate to the people you've written about, and of the people they left behind. My youngest brother was a victim of suicide and even now his death still brings many questions to mind. I have not yet recovered from the pain and the loss, because there seems to be no closure to the "why". Suicide is not really a choice for the victim, he is not in his right state of mind to make the choice, as events in his life may have led him to. My brother suffered emotionally days before his death, and tragically, the members of our family to whom he turned to at that time, were not more keenly aware of what he was going through. Your words, we can provide a little more kindness and understanding could help them - it really could have helped my brother. Thanks for your writing on this subject. CYNTHIA

I'm In The Tub, Gone (Book) - 12/17/2007 3:13:22 PM
Richard:years ago I heard of a book or maybe it was a movie call "don't say suicide" it was well done but yet it leaves one to think how bad it is when some one choose to end there life. since I have choosen The Lord Jesus Christ I never have to think of ending my life by suicide I don't think that it would be good to have people think of my last thoughts of me in this way or meeting my reedmer wondering why I had taken my own life to soon... what a sad sight that would be and not a very good one on one soul...

I'm In The Tub, Gone (Book) - 7/10/2007 5:35:25 PM
Dear Richard, this book sounds interesting to say the least. I have known many that have taken their own lives, mostly it was because of divorce. It is so very hard to work with individuals that are determined to take thier own lives...but it's not impossible.

I'm In The Tub, Gone (Book) - 9/1/2006 12:18:54 AM
Richard You have written about a subject that has fascinated many down through the years, not the act of suicide but the mindset fuelling the determination or desire to take one's life. I worked with men with mild to severe social and behavioural problems, and not a few pondered or committed suicide. One guy outwardly gave the impression that what it was that troubled him was merely an iritant. Two days later he was found floating face down in the river. Transpires that his divorce had robbed him of everything that he ever cherished: his wife, children, home, social status etc (a not uncommon experience for divorced men), and he could not cope anymore. Nearer to home, my Father attempted suicide. He simply never let anyone near enough for them to detect the signs. Even after the event, he kept us out of this cerebral part of his life right to the day he died naturally (but still troubled inside). My university work finishes for this year in October. I usually set myself a reading list. This book will be added.

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