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Suicide: Self-help now available for Arabic Nation

International Suicide Prevention
Las Vegas, Nevada USA
October 1, 2013

Today, the pocket SELF-HELP, "Suicide Prevention Guide Booklets" have been translated into another new language, Arabic.  Now, this new lifesaving resource available in eight languages, and these booklets are also available online for a FREE download at:

The 'Suicide Prevention Guide Booklets' were designed to circumvent stigma associated with having suicidal thoughts by giving an individual a way to desensitize themselves to past experience that are causing emotional pain.  How does it work?

These lifesaving Do it yourself self-help booklets are available for free to view online or, download and can be seen in English, Italian, French, Arabic, Spanish, Russian, Chinese, Romanian and Norwegian.

This new booklet utilizes the newest technology available for addressing intense emotional suffering, which has been determined to be the cause of suicidal thoughts. A suicide prevention self-help guide pocket booklet that can reduce or desensitize the emotions attached to a perceived traumatic experience or future anxiety creating incident, and it can change current behaviors through healthy new living habit techniques.

An unconventional holistic approach to address a human condition with easy to follow instructions
  • · How to reduce suicide rates
  • · Methods for promoting healthy mental behavior
  • · How to identify an at risk individual
  • · Procedures for reducing and/or eliminating suicidal thoughts
copyright@2013 Matthew D. Dovel

For more information:
International Suicide Prevention (ISP)
a 501(c)(3) public charity nonprofit
1736 E. Charleston Blvd., #301
Las Vegas, NV 89104
+1 702 743 4340


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