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  1. Grieving a Suicide: A Loved One's Search for Comfort, Answers & Hope by Albert Y. Hsu, 2002-06-11
  2. Myths about Suicide by Thomas Joiner, 2010-04-15
  3. Dying to Be Free: A Healing Guide for Families After a Suicide by Beverly CobainBeverly, Jean Larch, 2006-02-01
  4. National Suicide: How Washington Is Destroying the American Dream from A to Z by Martin L. Gross, 2009-09-01
  5. SuicideGirls
  6. Return of the Bunny Suicides by Andy Riley, 2005-01-25
  7. SuicideGirls
  8. Aftershock: Help, Hope and Healing in the Wake of Suicide by CandyNeely Arrington, David Cox, 2003-10-01
  9. A Box of Bunny Suicides by Andy Riley, 2006-09-26
  10. Not a Suicide Pact: The Constitution in a Time of National Emergency (Inalienable Rights) by Richard A. Posner, 2006-09-01
  11. On Suicide Bombing (The Wellek Library Lectures) by Talal Asad, 2007-04-13
  12. Suicide Notes by Michael Thomas Ford, 2010-09-01
  13. Cutting the Fuse: The Explosion of Global Suicide Terrorism and How to Stop It by Robert A. Pape, James K. Feldman, 2010-10-15
  14. Hello Cruel World: 101 Alternatives to Suicide for Teens, Freaks and Other Outlaws by Kate Bornstein, 2006-07-01

21. Why We Have Become Suicide Bombers - Understanding Palestinian Terror
A psychiatrist's analysis of why Palestinians have turned to suicide bombing tactics.
In the Name of Allah - the Most Beneficent - the Most Merciful
- Understanding Palestinian Terror
By Dr. Eyad Sarraj

A few weeks ago I said that the struggle of Palestinians today is how not to become a bomb and that the amazing thing is not the occurrence of the suicide bombing, rather the rarity of them. The BBC interviewer appeared to understand. I was shocked because it is our understanding that the world out there will never understand. And who on earth in their right mind would understand terror and the killing of innocent people? Why do Palestinians kill themselves and Israelis in such an horrific way at the bus stop or in a crowded market? Do you really care to know? Well, let me try and explain. I believe it is an act of absolute despair and a very serious stage of the seemingly perpetual conflict. Since the uprooting of the Palestinians in 1948 triggered by Irgun Jewish terror under the leadership of Yitzak Shamir and Menachem Begin, we have tried everything. We have tried Nasser and Arab Nationalism, only to be invaded in 1956 in our second homes in the refugee camps. It was only because of the Russian threat to bomb London and Paris, and the resolve of American president Eisenhower that ended the Israeli occupation. We have tried the United Nations and its Security Council, which by the way have made excellent resolutions on our behalf. For example Resolution 194 calling on Israel to allow us to return to our homeland, but to no avail. So we kept wandering around, between airports and refugee camps, waiting for a hero or an earthquake. All we wanted was to go home. But our story was getting worse and we grew bitter as we heard that a Jew from Poland would be declared a citizen of our country

22. Suicide Is Painless
Celebrates the rights of life and death. Poetry and personal stories.
SUICIDE IS PAINLESS Some say that suicide is the ultimate in selfishness, and I agree. The pain and anguish it causes in the loved ones who remain is so great. Suicide is the embodiement of selfishness, but is the right of the individual. Just as we all have the right to life, so do we have the right to death.
We all have been through wars. Internal, External it matters not. We have the scars - physical and emotional. We won. Whether individually we chose to live or die, that fact that we acknowledge that it is Our choice. We can chose, and we do chose. I do not say chose life. I do not say chose death. I say Chose. Welcome to the meaning.
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Why the title "Suicide is Painless"?
The title of this site is the name of the theme song from MASH, the television series based on a med unit in the Korean war. The lyrics are not used in the series however. It shocked me when I learned that that was the title of that song. It seemed a inappropriate theme song for a show about saving lives. But it is. The more I thought about it, however, the less inappropriate it sounded. The song talks about choosing death, but those in wars do not choose to die. Especially those who never wanted to be involved in the first place. The doctors of MASH tried to fufill their patients rights to live, but with the right to live comes the right to die. Perhaps it is a fitting counterpoint that the unsung lyrics to the MASH theme song honor that right.

23. - When You Feel You Can't Go On -- Let Someone Know Your Pai
suicide hotlines in 50 states - for suicide prevention and emotional crisis.Category Health Mental Health Disorders suicide......suicide Hotlines for immediate crisis intervention for the severely depressedand gravely suicidal. Call 1800-suicide / 1-800-784-2433.
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24. National Strategy For Suicide Prevention (NSSP)
The National Strategy for suicide Prevention website provides information formental health professionals, health care providers, community coalitions
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Suicide: Cost to the Nation

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25. Suicide Helplines Around The World
A comprehensive suicide referral website. Gateway to hundreds of suicide helplines and emotional first Category Health Mental Health Disorders suicide......suicide helplines around the World. Find the suicide helpline you need. suicideand Crisis Helplines around the World. Befrienders International
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Suicide and Crisis Helplines around the World.
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26. Suicide: American Supreme (Blast First)
Press release from their label about their 2002 reuinion album.
Mute Liberation Technologies
New album: "American Supreme"
Release date: 28 October 2002 Legendary New York duo Suicide (Alan Vega and Martin Rev) are set to release a brand new album, their first for 10 years, on Mute's Blast First label on 28th October " American Supreme ", their fifth studio album and the long awaited follow up to ‘92's " Why Be Blue ", features 11 new tracks recorded over the last 12 months in New York. The album carries the distinctive Suicide Televised Executions ' sees them mix up DJ scratching and funk guitar samples and from then they're relentlessly driven by Marty Rev's digital electronic funk noise on tracks such as ' Beggin' For Miracles Wrong Decisions ' and ' Power Au Go-Go '. There's the techno influenced ' Death Machine ', the hall of mirrors sound of ' Dachau, Disney, Disco ' and the beautiful, haunting electro pulse of ' Misery Train ' and ' Child, It's a New World '. Vega's voice has never sounded better, reaching new heights in expressing his paranoid, sci-fi visions of contemporary street life, with a maturity that invokes the crooners of his pre-teen youth. Accepted by many as one of the most innovative and influential acts ever, Alan Vega and Martin Rev emerged in 1976 at CBGB's, the heart of the New York punk scene. They released their truly original eponymous debut album in 1977 on Marty Thau's Red Star label and to coincide, toured the UK for the first time as special guests of The Clash. Punk audiences were just not ready for their harsh electronic music and most live shows ended after 10 minutes in near riots. The follow up "

27. Suicide And Suicide Prevention
Large collection of articles themed on suicide.Category Health Mental Health Disorders suicide......Authoritative, in depth, information about all aspects of suicide and suicideprevention. suicide and suicide Prevention. Read this if you are suicidal.

28. AJCongress On Muslim Decree Allowing For Women Suicide Bombers
Statement by American Jewish Congress Executive Director Phil Baum calling on Muslim and nonMuslim religious leaders to condemn the decree of the Saudi Arabia High Islamic Council that women can serve as suicide bombers.
Women May Not Drive a Car, but Can Blow Themselves Up:
(August 7, 2001) American Jewish Congress Executive Director Phil Baum today called on Muslim and non-Muslim religious leaders to condemn the decree of the Saudi Arabia High Islamic Council that women can serve as suicide bombers. The full text of his statement is as follows: Saudi Arabia is so protective of its women that it requires them to be garbed from head to toe and severely restricts the kind of education they can receive and the work they can do. Women are not permitted to drive a car, but the Saudis now have declared that it is perfectly acceptable for women to blow themselves up as suicide bombers. The Saudi High Islamic Council gave its approval last week for women to become agents of death; already, a 23-year-old Palestinian mother of two was seized by Israeli security last week as she brought explosives to Tel Aviv's central bus station. Apparently, when it comes to killing Jews, nothing is off limits to segments of the Muslim world. With this edict, it is not enough for Muslim mothers to encourage their children to be suicide bombers and upon their death to praise them for their heroic and noble action; now, in addition, they are called upon themselves to set an example for their children.

29. Web Site For The [SUICIDEKINGS.COM] Domain Name Under Construction!
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30. Re-direction Page
Coordinates program development in suicide research, identifies gaps in the scientific and disseminates Category Health Mental Health Disorders suicide......suicide Research Consortium. The NIMH suicide Research Consortiumis comprised primarily of NIMH scientists across the Institute

31. Assisted Suicide
The Euthanasia Research and Guidance Organization summarizes assisted dying laws around the world.

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A Typical Example of Death of Choice, and Confusion of the Laws Concerning This
Velma Howard, aged 76, knew her life was coming to an end. Lou Gehrig's Disease was taking away the use of her limbs one by one. Eventually it would affect her throat and she would be in danger of choking on her own saliva. This elderly, respectable, Middle American decided on rational suicide. The consequences of her decision resulted in an emotional ordeal for her family and a legal muddle typical of the mess in which America's laws on assisted death currently are. Read more ...
Assisted Suicide Laws Around the World
Assisted suicide laws around the world are clear in some nations but unclear - if they exist at all - in others. Just because a country has not defined its criminal code on this specific action does not mean all assisters will go free. It is a complicated state of affairs. For example, it is correct that Sweden has no law specifically proscribing assisted suicide. Instead the prosecutors might charge an assister with manslaughter - and do. In 1979 the Swedish right-to-die leader Berit Hedeby went to prison for a year for helping a man with MS to die.

32. NIMH - Suicide
Picture of the NIMH logo, suicide. FOR THE PUBLIC (Booklets, Fact Sheets, and Summaries).Frequently Asked Questions about suicide. suicide Facts and Statistics.
FOR THE PUBLIC (Booklets, Fact Sheets, and Summaries)
If you are in crisis and need immediate help
  • SafeUSA
    This Centers for Disease Control and Prevention site offers information on suicide and suicide prevention. The site includes a lot of resources.
  • The National Youth Violence Prevention Resource Center
    A user friendly, single point of access to federal information on youth violence prevention and suicide.
  • Suicide Information from NLM's Medline Plus
    Information for health professionals and consumers, and links to consumer health information from the NIH and outside organizations (also in Spanish and other languages), dictionaries, lists of hospitals and physicians. From this page, you may link to a searchable database of research publications and literature.
Updated: April 01, 2003

33. The Atlantic | June 2002 | The Culture Of Martyrdom | Brooks
David Brooks examines how suicide bombing has dramatically changed the nature of the conflict. From the Atlantic Monthly.
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on politics and society from The Atlantic Monthly. More on foreign affairs from The Atlantic Monthly. The War on Terrorism A collection of features from The Atlantic Monthly and Atlantic Unbound. From the archives: "Runaway Revolution" (June 1988) PLO leaders outside the occupied territories are trying after the fact to take credit for and control of the Palestinian uprising. By Ehud Ya'ari From Atlantic Unbound Flashbacks: "Arafat's Last Stand?" (December 6, 2001) Three Atlantic articles shed light on Arafat's precarious position. From National Journal "America Can't Be Mommy in the Middle East" (April 23, 2002) The Palestinians who send the suicide bombers will not give up terrorism until it fails. By Jonathan Rauch "The Case for Targeting Civilians, and Why It Fails" (April 16, 2002) The evil done by those who massacre Israeli civilians cannot be rationalized by saying the cause is just. By Stuart Taylor Jr. The Agenda Comment The Culture of Martyrdom How suicide bombing became not just a means but an end by David Brooks Before 1983 there were few suicide bombings. The Koran forbids the taking of one's own life, and this prohibition was still generally observed. But when the United States stationed Marines in Beirut, the leaders of the Islamic resistance movement

34. 30, Still Single: Contemplating Suicide (1998)
Full cast and crew for the film, and other information from the Internet Movie Database.

35. Teen Suicide - AACAP Facts For Families # 10
Describes risk factors, symptoms and warning signs of suicide in adolescents/teens.TEEN suicide. Each year in the US, thousands of teenagers commit suicide.
T EEN S UICIDE No. 10 (Updated 11/98) S uicides among young people nationwide have increased dramatically in recent years. Each year in the U.S., thousands of teenagers commit suicide. Suicide is the third leading cause of death for 15-to-24-year-olds, and the sixth leading cause of death for 5-to-14-year-olds. Teenagers experience strong feelings of stress, confusion, self-doubt, pressure to succeed, financial uncertainty, and other fears while growing up. For some teenagers, divorce, the formation of a new family with step-parents and step-siblings, or moving to a new community can be very unsettling and can intensify self-doubts. In some cases, suicide appears to be a "solution." Depression and suicidal feelings are treatable mental disorders. The child or adolescent needs to have his or her illness recognized and diagnosed, and appropriate treatment plans developed. When parents are in doubt whether their child has a serious problem, a psychiatric examination can be very helpful. Many of the symptoms of suicidal feelings are similar to those of depression. Parents should be aware of the following signs of adolescents who may try to kill themselves:
  • change in eating and sleeping habits
  • withdrawal from friends, family, and regular activities

36. | Metro | Nursing Home Shootings
An article about Carol Carr's plea agreement, in which she chose two counts of assisted suicide. Carr shot her two sons, who suffered from Huntington's disease, in June 2002.

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[ The Atlanta Journal-Constitution: 1/28/03 ] Attorney: Mom will plead guilty to assisted suicide in sons' shootings By JEFFRY SCOTT
Atlanta Journal-Constitution Staff Writer Carol Carr is accused of fatally shooting sons Andy Byron Scott (center) and Michael Randy Scott.
Related: Third son with deadly disease rallies support for mother. Friends: Suspect prayed Lord would take her sons. First hearing held for Carr. Primer on Huntington's disease. ... Woman fatally shoots bedridden sons, police say. The woman accused of murder in the mercy killing of her two sons will plead guilty on Wednesday to two counts of assisted suicide, her lawyer said Tuesday. Carol Carr, jailed since her June 8 arrest at the nursing home in Spalding County where her sons were, will be sentenced to serve five years, said her lawyer, Lee Sexton. He said Carr, 63, probably will serve another 12 months, including credit for the time she has been held without bond. "Carol Carr could not bring herself to walk into that courtroom and say 'I murdered my children.' All she did was keep a promise to them to end their suffering," Sexton said.

37. Suicide Prevention Redirect Page
Fact sheet and resources from the CDC.Category Health Mental Health Disorders suicide......safelogo.jpg (2620 bytes), Home School Community Move Work Contact Us. If this page does not refresh click here.
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38. Ethical Issues In Terminal Health Care
Articles and essays on patients' rights, Ethics Committees, the Rightto-Die Debate, and Physician Assisted suicide.
Ethical Issues in Terminal Health Care
This series of articles originally appeared in The Senior Reporter in the spring and summer of 1992. I want to especially thank Larry Fortner, former editor of the Duluth News-Tribune and editor/publisher of The Senior Reporter, for having given me the opportunity to research first-hand and in depth this sensitive and critical issue. With his guidance and suggested contacts, I was able to gain a far deeper understanding of these important issues and their complexity.
I want also to thank all of the local doctors, nurses and professionals here in the Northland who allowed me to probe their souls for this series. It was an immensely rewarding experience.
I was asked to explore the subject matter utilizing an unbiased, journalistic approach for the first four articles. This approach greatly aided my understanding as I could "hear the heart" in a way one does not through mere reading. In the fifth, I was permitted to express my personal views... after coming to an understanding of what I was addressing.
While working on the series I discovered the power of the wired, online world and initiated several discussion threads on AOL to uncover new angles and anecdotes for my writing. This resulted in my being invited to submit to Truth Seeker magazine an article which distilled the essence of nearly two years of thinking on the matter of physician assisted suicide.

39. Suicide Prevention Fact Sheet - National Center For Injury Prevention And Contro
Search Injury. suicide in the United States The Problem suicide took thelives of 29,199 Americans in 1999. CDC's Efforts in suicide Prevention
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Suicide in the United States The Problem
  • Suicide took the lives of 29,350 Americans in 2000.
    More people die from suicide than from homicide. In 2000, there were 1.7 times as many suicides as homicides.
    Overall, suicide is the 11th leading cause of death for all Americans, and is the third leading cause of death for young people aged 15-24.
    Males are more than four times more likely to die from suicide than are females. However, females are more likely to attempt suicide than are males. 1999, white males accounted for 72% of all suicides. Together, white males and white females accounted for over 90% of all suicides. However, during the period from 1979-1992, suicide rates for Native Americans (a category that includes American Indians and Alaska Natives) were about 1.5 times the national rates. There was a disproportionate number of suicides among young male Native Americans during this period, as males 15-24 accounted for 64% of all suicides by Native Americans. Suicide rates are generally higher than the national average in the western states and lower in the eastern and midwestern states.

40. Suicide Commandos
The Commandos were one of the pioneer US bands (1974) touring the country, having to book themselves by convincing club owners in every city that their kind of music would draw people.
The Suicide Commandos
In 1974 Chris Osgood (the godfather of the Minneapolis music scene), Dave Ahl, and Steve Almaas formed The Suicide Commandos. They released two singles on PS Records (which preceded Twin/Tone Records.) The Commandos were one of the pioneer US bands touring the country, having to book themselves by convincing club owners in every city that their kind of music would draw people. Their first album ("The Suicide Commandos Make A Record") on the short lived Mercury Records label "Blank" was released in 1977. The rock video pioneer Chuck Statler made a film of "Burn It Down" (see below), which featured the burning of the house the band had used for rehearsing for years. They recorded a couple of songs for Twin/Tone's "Big Hits of Mid-America Volume III" and released a live recording of their last shows at the infamous Minneapolis' Longhorn Bar. Twin/Tone released "The Suicide Commandos Commit Suicide Dance Concert" as it's first full length LP in April of 1979 (the double album "Big Hits" came out two weeks later). The album was pressed in a limited edition of 1,000 numbered copies and to this day is of the most sought after titles to collectors. Chris is presently putting together a CD made up of the tracks from their records and some other unreleased recordings in the Twin/Tone vault...hopefully we will see something in the not too distant future....

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