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Title:
When It Is Darkest: Why People Die by Suicide and What We Can Do to Prevent It
Written by:
Rory O'Connor 
Read by:
Rory O'Connor 
Format:
Unabridged CD Audio Book 
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Duration:
8 hours 55 minutes 
Published:
January 01 2022 
Available Date:
January 01 2022 
Age Category:
Adult 
ISBN:
9781867591221 
Genres:
Non-fiction; Emotional Wellbeing; Lifestyle - Wellbeing; Psychology 
Publisher:
Bolinda audio 
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When it is Darkest draws on Rory O'Connor's years of experience in suicide prevention, mental health and psychology, and takes a comprehensive look into the reasons behind suicide and how to support someone who is suicidal themselves.

‘One person dies by suicide every 40 seconds. But sadly, for the most part, we are reluctant to talk about it. It is one of the last remaining taboos.’ Professor Rory O’Connor is here to change this. He believes it is crucial we all talk about suicide so that no one ever has to feel alone again. Bringing together decades of work on suicide prevention research, Professor O’Connor’s own experience and other peoples stories, When It Is Darkest gets to the heart of the most tragic of human outcomes. Shedding light on why suicide happens – and what we can do to prevent it, it will support you to listen to someone vulnerable without judgement. For those struggling to get through the tragedy of suicide, it will help you find strength in the darkest of places.

'Prof O'Connor gives us a rare and truly affecting gift ... If you want to truly get to the heart of 'the big S question', read this incredible book. I wept and I learnt.'
Professor Tanya Byron, clinical psychologist, author and broadcaster

'An essential read. Honest and unflinching, but always thoughtful and compassionate, Rory O'Connor brings light to a subject that has for too long been in the shadows.'
Dr Niall Boyce, editor of Lancet Psychiatry

'I read [it] in a single sitting. What makes it so compelling is its unique combination of research, clinical, and deeply personal perspectives on one of the great societal challenges of our time. Rory's enthusiasm to make things better and his utter dedication to suicide prevention shines through.'
Prof Nav Kapur, professor of Psychiatry and Population Health, University of Manchester, UK