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No One Saw My Pain: Why Teens Kill Themselves

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The book not only issues a warning but alerts concerned adults to signs of suicidal depression in adolescents.


There is always a moment of shock, or horror—and for any parent, of fear—when a teenager chooses suicide. How could this happen? Didn't his parents know he was so depressed? She was so pretty, such a high achiever—what went wrong?


Andrew Slaby, a psychiatrist specia...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published February 17th 1996 by W. W. Norton & Company (first published May 1994)
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Shawnee Bowlin
"No One Saw My Pain" was such a help to me. Our family is recovering from the loss of a teen friend to suicide. It is hard to reach out to a person who won't let you in, but we have to try for their sake and ours. Knowing there is a problem just isn't enough. Teens are so good at hiding the real issues. This book helped me to at least understand things from different perspectives so the healing can be better achieved. There is always the process of looking back and understanding, wishing you had...more
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The people in this novel were braver than me and for that I am fortunate because my cowardice allowed me to read their story and discover that my life is actually really good.
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