We’ve always known that suicide is wrong. Now, with the advent of legalized assisted suicide, framed with language of choice, and the “right to die”, support for assisted suicide is skyrocketing.
This thought provoking new book confronts the issue head on, making the case that our duty to the suicidal is always to prevent the ultimate self harm of suicide. By asking challenging questions and appealing to cultural common ground on suicide prevention and human rights, we can change hearts and minds on assisted suicide. This book offers practical, street-tested ways to do just that. 104 pages, paperback.
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