Life was rolling along well. Diane was w retired and the family was all well settled. But then it all changed. On the 7th day of the 7th month 2007, her youngest son, David, committed suicide. This book takes the reader on Diane's journey over the following five years, sharing her grief and heartbreak, her eventual decline into depression and her slow journey forward as she accepts that she will never see her son again. Although deeply moving, the story is lightened by reminiscences of David's love of life and his travels during his 32 years. This book is written for the parents who have shared the same heartache, but as well, it is written for the youth of today, those who feel so troubled that they may be contemplating taking their own life. It will hopefully make them realise what they leave behind and that there should always be a tomorrow, matter how hard it may be today.
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Burleigh M.D.C., QLD
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black & white illustrations, black & white illustrations