I'M In The Tub, Goneby Richard James Carlson
We now live in a time of comfort, convenience and opportunity such as mankind has never known. With all the great things we are provided, we also get many side effects that some thrive on and others do not welcome. Some of these are expectations, added or unwanted responsibility, inconvenience, or extreme supervision to name a few. We all deal with these pressures
We now live in a time of comfort, convenience and opportunity such as mankind has never known. With all the great things we are provided, we also get many side effects that some thrive on and others do not welcome. Some of these are expectations, added or unwanted responsibility, inconvenience, or extreme supervision to name a few. We all deal with these pressures in a different manner. Then we add another factor, our personal lives. Most people have the ultimate goal to make their personal lives better. We want a happy, normal life at home, no matter what our status is in the community. Some choose suicide as an option to get relief. These are true stories of those final thoughts. Could they have been helped? We will never know. Can we help others in desperate need? Maybe, if we provide a little kindness and understanding. At least we can try.
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TuneChic75 Its not a work of fiction you idiot. Im sorry that you feel $15 is too much to pay for a book of peoples last words. Suicide notes arent written for your comfort or insight. If these folks had insight perhaps they wouldnt have taken their own lives.I think the teen fiction is in another section.
It was not as insightful as I'd hoped it would be. It was however a somber learning experience.
We all are disgruntled employees in the company of death. Compared to the length of death, life is relatively short, nobody gets out alive. In a homicide, the investigator must determine if the death was the direct result of a killing. I'm In The Tub, Gone explores and tries to distinguish whether victims who chose to voluntarily submit to expire, be it a cry for discern, or recognition, could have been helped. Investigation concluded, empirical evidence logged and entered, suicide or killing nonetheless yields the same result; there is no coming back.
This book will give you some insite into the mind of people so deperate that they would take their own life. anyone who is in the mental health field should read this book and be prepared to expirience the thoughts of those who have taken their lives in desperation.
I cannot believe this book is pulling down $15+. I read the entire book less than an hour. I cannot believe I paid money for this book. I would say the content was a C- too. Very disappointed.