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I just want to die. This is the most desperate cry of the heart, a sorrowful signal that a soul is on the brink of devastating despair. Each year over one million people around the world succumb to the weight of their burden by taking their own life. June Hunt, a licensed biblical counselor, provides biblical hope and practical help by answering tough questions related sui I just want to die. This is the most desperate cry of the heart, a sorrowful signal that a soul is on the brink of devastating despair. Each year over one million people around the world succumb to the weight of their burden by taking their own life. June Hunt, a licensed biblical counselor, provides biblical hope and practical help by answering tough questions related suicide, such as: What is the portrait for painful thinking? What are the characteristics of suicidal teens? What is the profile for suicidal males and females? Who is the most vulnerable to suicide? What is the root cause of suicidal thinking? How does fear relate to suicide? and What is a Contract of Hope? God longs for the desperate to turn to Him with every wound of discouragement. God can turn anguish into assurance, despondency into deliverance, and heaviness into hope with a renewed understanding of His marvelous plan. Paperback, 96 pages, 4 x 7 inches.


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I just want to die. This is the most desperate cry of the heart, a sorrowful signal that a soul is on the brink of devastating despair. Each year over one million people around the world succumb to the weight of their burden by taking their own life. June Hunt, a licensed biblical counselor, provides biblical hope and practical help by answering tough questions related sui I just want to die. This is the most desperate cry of the heart, a sorrowful signal that a soul is on the brink of devastating despair. Each year over one million people around the world succumb to the weight of their burden by taking their own life. June Hunt, a licensed biblical counselor, provides biblical hope and practical help by answering tough questions related suicide, such as: What is the portrait for painful thinking? What are the characteristics of suicidal teens? What is the profile for suicidal males and females? Who is the most vulnerable to suicide? What is the root cause of suicidal thinking? How does fear relate to suicide? and What is a Contract of Hope? God longs for the desperate to turn to Him with every wound of discouragement. God can turn anguish into assurance, despondency into deliverance, and heaviness into hope with a renewed understanding of His marvelous plan. Paperback, 96 pages, 4 x 7 inches.

31 review for Suicide Prevention: Hope When Life Seems Hopeless

  1. 4 out of 5

    Ruth Santana Valencia

    Un estudio sobre el suicidio y cómo prevenirlo en base a consejería bíblica desde la. óptica de los cristianos evangélicos. También habla sobre los deudos y cuando todo parece sin sentido ni esperanza. Muy recomendable.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sofia Marie

    If you or anyone you love is considering suicide, please know that you are loved and cared for and you deserve to keep living. The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline’s number is 1-800-273-8255, and there is a chat option available on the website as well. Within these 90 or so pages, June Hunt tackles a subject that many find hard to approach. The book covers the characteristics and causes of suicide as well as steps to a solution, both for the reader and for those the reader loves. Hunt takes t If you or anyone you love is considering suicide, please know that you are loved and cared for and you deserve to keep living. The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline’s number is 1-800-273-8255, and there is a chat option available on the website as well. Within these 90 or so pages, June Hunt tackles a subject that many find hard to approach. The book covers the characteristics and causes of suicide as well as steps to a solution, both for the reader and for those the reader loves. Hunt takes the time to demystify the subject, even looking at different myths concerning things like when most suicides happen or whether talking about it with people who are depressed will worsen the situation. Her blend of statistics, her own take on the issue, and supporting Scripture helps the reader to understand more about the different sides of the matter. I found this book to be a good introduction to the topic of suicide and suicidal idealization. The book is easy to understand and engaging. However, I do think that the organization of the book, while clear in the table of contents, seems slightly muddied while reading. The bare facts about how this issue affects the world can be depressing, and the references to Scripture and the reminders that people can heal are encouraging throughout the book. Although no graphic material is present in the form of pictures, the book does deal with a topic that can be difficult for many. Suicide Prevention: Hope When Life Seems Hopeless fills the spot of a book that can help people going through these feelings as well as somebody willing to help others. This book is part of the Hope for the Heart series. Other books in the series cover issues such as self-worth, anger, forgiveness, and verbal and emotional abuse. ~Review by Sofia Marie of Literature Approved~

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