爛 New ơ Night Falls Fast: Understanding Suicide 2018 漢 Book By Kay Redfield Jamison ײַ

爛 New ơ Night Falls Fast: Understanding Suicide 2018 漢 Book By Kay Redfield Jamison ײַ 爛 New ơ Night Falls Fast: Understanding Suicide 2018 漢 Book By Kay Redfield Jamison ײַ Suicide is a particularly awful way to die the mental suffering leading up to it is usually prolonged, intense, and unpalliated, writes Kay Redfield Jamison There is no morphine equivalent to ease the acute pain, and death not uncommonly is violent and grisly Jamison has studied manic depressive illness and suicide both professionally and personally She first planned her own suicide at 17 she attempted to carry it out at 28 Now professor of psychiatry at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, she explores the complex psychology of suicide, especially in people younger than 40 why it occurs, why it is one of our most significant health problems, and how it can be prevented Jamison discusses manic depression, suicide in different cultures and eras, suicide notes they promise than they deliver , methods, preventive treatments, and the devastating effects on loved ones She explores what type of person commits suicide, and why, and when She illustrates her points with detailed anecdotes about people who have attempted or committed suicide, some famous, some ordinary, many of them young Not easy reading, either in subject or style, but you ll understand suicide better and be jolted by the intensity of depression that drives young people to it Joan PriceProviding historical, scientific and other helpful material on suicide, Jamison An Unquiet Mind , a Johns Hopkins psychiatry professor, makes an excellent contribution to public understanding with this accessible and objective book There is, she asserts, a suicide every 17 minutes in this country Identifying suicide as an often preventable medical and social problem, Jamison focuses attention on those under 40 suicides by those who are older often have different motivations or causes Citing research that suicide is most common in individuals with mental illness diagnosed or not , particularly depression and manic depression, she clearly describes the role of hormones and neurotransmitters as well as potential therapies, including lithium and other antidepressants Jamison presents fascinating facts about suicide in families and in twins, gender disparities, and the impact of the seasons and times of day She also provides poignant portraits of those who have committed suicideAfrom the explorer Meriwether Lewis to a high achieving Air Force Academy graduateAas well as stories from her own experience Historical perspective on how different societies have viewed suicide gives context, especially on methods and common locales in the U.S., San Francisco s Golden Gate bridge is the most popular spot Critical of her profession for not recognizing suicidal tendencies readily, Jamison scolds the media and firearms industry as well The book effectively brings suicide out of the closet, gives general readers insight into symptoms and should increase national awareness of the problem Oct Copyright 1999 Reed Business Information, Inc. Night Falls Fast Understanding Suicide Kay Redfield From the author of best selling memoir An Unquiet Mind, comes first major book in a quarter century on suicide, and its terrible pull young particular Night is tragically timely suicide has become one most common killers Americans between ages by comprehensive about It s research heavy it focuses explaining act to those sorrow, objectively also laces beautiful poetry within chapters Quotes Jamison showing When people are suicidal, their thinking paralyzed, options appear spare or nonexistent, mood despairing, Jamison About fifteen forty five R In this dispels silence shame that surround subject provides better understanding suicidal mind chance recognize person at risk She ends with line from poet Douglas Dunn Look living, love them, hold herself learned so she may remain among her cry for fellows struggle piercingKay Wikipedia born June , an American clinical psychologist writer Her work centered bipolar disorder, which had since early adulthood Home Facebook Jamison, Washington, DC likes talking Professor Psychiatry Johns Hopkins Author Mind MA PhD Hospital puts Robert Lowell couch fascinating biography,Washington Post, February Exchanges Frontier, BBC World Service, March Brain Creativity Machine, If You Use Right, USA Today, November holds post University School Medicine Honorary English St Andrews Professional Public Speakers PhD, Dalio Family Mood Disorders Scotland A Profile Courage bpHope Here suggestions professor psychiatry Medicine, above Stay your medication Get regular sleep This far away important thing next psychotherapy if you can afford Cait, Thank question my time writing Goodreads bit adventure I didn t have any idea what reaction Mood Team The mission ADAP program develop nationally available school based curriculum educate high students, teachers parents teenage depression Nothing Was Same Memoir KAY REDFIELD JAMISON as well honorary ScotlandShe national sellers Fast, Touched FireShe coauthor standard medical text manic depressive illness Night Falls Fast: Understanding Suicide

    • Hardcover
    • 449 pages
    • Night Falls Fast: Understanding Suicide
    • Kay Redfield Jamison
    • English
    • 2017-03-26T03:42+02:00