SOURCE: The Washington Post
by Jeffrey Smith, Michael Doidge, Ryan Hanoa, and B. Christopher Frueh
A longer look reveals interesting patterns and may clarify what is driving a rise in suicides.
Julie Gottlieb has discovered there was a string of suicides triggered by fear of war as a result of the Munich Crisis of 1938.
The Most Haunting Interview You'll Ever Read: When Japanese Islanders Were Ordered to Commit Mass Suicide
by Kinjo Shigeaki (Interviewed by Michael Bradley)
"I don’t remember exactly how we killed our mother, maybe we tried to use rope at first, but in the end we hit her over the head with stones."
by Leonard Steinhorn
Image via Shutterstock."How did a generation that started out with so much going for it end up so despondent in midlife?"So asks the Washington Post in its recent front page story, "Why the sharp rise in suicides by boomers?"
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