Book: Soldier, Please Don't Die by Renee Lewistoncategories: Book, Mental Health, Military Suicide, Depression, Health and Wellness, Suicide Prevention, Suicide Survivors, Veterans, Suicide
Renee Lewistonabout this book: Suicide has become an epidemic in the military and in the general population in America. Taking your life is a tragic decision that cannot be revoked. But if the person contemplating suicide could get a vivid picture of what he or she is about to do to those who love him or her, even the darkest depression and the deepest problems wouldn't equal the destruction visited on those whose loved ones kill themselves.
This book is a true story of a wonderful man who took his own life and the devastation he left behind. Had he seen the awful results, he could never have done it.
As you read this story, please realize that those who love you would rather have you - whether you're sick, broke, unemployed or depressed - than to lose you to suicide. Please think again and choose life.
There is no problem so bad or sadness so deep that killing yourself is the answer. Look at this surviving family and think again about whether you're willing to inflict that kind of harm on yours.
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