NEW LISBON, Wis. (PRWEB) December 10, 2020
Marge J. Brantmeyer has completed her new book “The Choice: S.O.S. Survive Or Suicide”: a relatable, informative work that delves into both the statistics of suicide and the personal anguish behind the statistics. The global pandemic of 2020 has brought alarming increases to suicide rates among all age groups and across diversified occupations and all economic levels.
According to Brantmeyer, “Almost everyone has fleeting thoughts of suicide at least once during their lifetime. Most people do not want to discuss their thoughts of suicide with anyone for fear of being negatively judged or labeled by others.”
Human beings are the only creatures in the natural world that can suffer from a hopelessness so deep that suicide seems like the only relief from the anguish. Human beings are also the only species that fall prey to chemical dependence and an associated downward spiral of mental health that can end in suicide.
“The Choice: S.O.S. Survive Or Suicide” presents the stories of individuals struggling with terminal illness, grief, alcoholism, prison, drug addiction, compulsive gambling, PTSD, depression, and abuse. All of these individuals find themselves at a decision point where they must choose to find a way to survive or take their own life through suicide.
Published by Page Publishing, Marge J. Brantmeyer’s inspirational research suggests that the vast majority of people with suicidal thoughts can successfully be treated with therapy and/or medication.
Readers who wish to learn more about the emotional aspects of suicide can purchase “The Choice: S.O.S. Survive Or Suicide” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.
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