The patient acknowledged, however, that "taking the overdose was a stupid, impulsive act
Suicide is often an impulsive act
and may be triggered by a variety of events (e.
For years I felt like an intruder until an impulsive act
altered my path forever.
The earliest reports of Basel's Fasnacht, which begins each year on the Monday following Ash Wednesday, date from 1376 when Duke Leopold III, the lord of the city, held a tournament on Munsterplatz, after which a tumult broke out during which four noblemen were killed and twelve burghers beheaded for their impulsive act
Her impulsive act
of conscience sparked a black boycott of the bus system for 381 days, until Montgomery's resistance collapsed and a 27-year-old Martin Luther King Jr.
Aside from morality, the insensitive or, let us say, impulsive act
of the father was a classic case of botched human relations.
Suicide among teens is frequently an impulsive act
(often involving alcohol and drugs), and ready access to guns increases the chance of success, since people are least likely to survive suicide attempts involving firearms.
Research has shown that suicide is often an impulsive act
One impulsive act
left Jay Williams without all he'd lived for.
Coroner Ms Anita Bhardwaj said Iain did not mean to take his own life, but it was "an impulsive act
on his part".
She said she was certain Jordan had not intended to kill herself and that taking the overdose was an impulsive act
after mistakenly thinking she was being dropped by the mental health team, and could subsequently end up in prison.
exposure via DirecTV, "The Slap" arrives on NBC with a sensational cast and ambitious premise, following the repercussions of one impulsive act
from multiple perspectives as it reverberates through numerous lives.