The purpose of the study was to identify emotion problems of psychologists who committed suicide through the material they
have written. Convenient purposive sampling was used to identify and select the sample. Books that were freely available was
preferred. Books written by Silberer  and Gardner  were chosen as sample, both of them belonged to different time frame and
school of thoughts. Key word analysis along with interpretive content analysis was used to identify emotional problems expressed
by these authors in the written content. Subjective knowledge was coded as neutral, only opinion-based line were coded. Key word
analysis showed more prevalence of positive words and mild feeling words in the content. Interpretive content analysis showed the
presence of psychological issues like depression, anxiety, anger, frustration, guilt, grief, uncertainty, high self-esteem, and stress.
Common patterns emerged were extreme point of view in generic conduct of society or in overall opinion, distrust on peer’s opinion,
self-contradiction and internal conflicts. Content analysis also linked their own way of committing suicide to the content written
in their writings. Implication of the study is to highlight the importance of addressing mental health issues among psychologists.