The Suicide Dilemma

Finding a Better Choice

Rebecca Morgan Gibson, LCSW
and Lynn Mills

There are many wonderful things about modern life, yet somehow suicide has become a public health epidemic in America.

Painful choices face both the suicidal person and any person who tries to help.

This book provides insight into this stark
dilemma and offers simple, practical actions that are designed to help.


A suicidal person perceives only two equally bad choices — living in emotional pain — or death.

The person becomes ambivalent, unable to choose.

It is this ambivalence that gives us the opportunity to offer other choices.

This book, written for the non-expert, offers plain and simple insight and advice for the person confronted by suicide or a suicidal person.