Books on Suicide

Faces of Suicide: Volume 1

1 Faces of Suicide: Volume 1 Faces of Suicide: Volume 1 is a collection of stories from the heart, written in to show the world that that they lived and their lives mattered. Some of the stories may inspire those who are reluctant travelers on this same road. The 60 stories were compiled by members of the Parents of Suicides – Friends and Families of Suicides Internet Community. Stories.


Faces of Suicide: Volume 2

2 Faces of Suicide: Volume 2 4.8 out of 5 stars (19) Faces of Suicide: Volume Two is a collection of stories from the heart, written to show the world that that these people lived and their lives mattered. Some of the stories may inspire those who are reluctant travelers on this same road. The 42 stories were compiled by members of the Parents of Suicides – Friends and Families of Suicides Internet Community.

Faces of Suicide: Volume Three

3 Faces of Suicide: Volume Three by POS – FFOS Internet Community (Author) and 9 more 4.6 out of 5 stars (18) Faces of Suicide: Volume Three is a collection of stories from the heart, written to show the world that that these people lived and their lives mattered. Some of the stories may inspire those who are reluctant travelers on this same road. The 35 stories were compiled by members of the Parents of Suicides – Friends and Families of Suicides Internet Community.

4 Faces of Suicide: Volume Four by POS – FFOS Internet Community (Author) , Karyl Chastain Beal (Author) 4.9 out of 5 stars (11) Faces of Suicide: Volume Four is a collection of stories from the heart, written to show the world that that these people lived and their lives mattered. Some of the stories may inspire those who are reluctant travelers on this same road. The 47 stories were compiled by members of the Parents of Suicides – Friends and Families of Suicides Internet Community.

Faces of Suicide: Volume Four
Faces of Suicide: Volume Five

5 Faces of Suicide: Volume Five by POS – FFOS Internet Community (Author) and 9 more 5.0 out of 5 stars (10) The Faces of Suicide: Volume Five is a collection of stories about people who have taken their own lives written by family members or close friends who believe that their stories need to be told. There are 35 stories in this book.

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By Beth Brown

Rememberer of dreams. Whisperer of gardens green.
At the whim of "Most Beloved" and a hot cup of tea.
I live life between, straddled here now and then,
My continuity through writing--
Pen dripping ink, mind swirling confused,
Love lingering still, and Most Beloved's purring soothes.

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[…] But I have held on to hope, even when hope seemed farther away than I could reach. I have joined support groups, including online support groups (See ), and I continue to read books and online resources for support for parents whose child has died by suicide (See Books and Resources) […]

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