Why do I have Thoughts about Killing Myself or my Child?
This recording describes a case study in which an individual had thoughts about killing themselves and their child during a particularly difficult time in their life when they were alone and unable to effectively provide the basic necessities for themselves and their child.
Why do people, in any and all types of situations, have the potential to have these thoughts?
What are the common threads that exist within people that allow for people from vastly different backgrounds and personal situations to have thoughts about killing themselves and their child?
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