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I recently purchased this book 10 2014 through Tate Publishing. I am redoing several posts and this was one that needed to be brought back to the forefront. Suicide is affecting so many families now that this needs to be re-shared.
Most of us have went through a couple of tragedies in our lives and possibly have grappled with our own faith.
Many of us keep our tragedies to ourselves and allow them to haunt us as we get older. Some of us have unfortunately chosen suicide or fall into addictions to cover our hurt/pain.
This author was able to survive many terrible tragedies while growing up. Then she was able to write about and face her history. I can not even being to fathom what she went through.
My heart broke for this author. She is truly a survivor. Going through what she went through as a child was unimaginable tragedy. Then as an adult, to deal with the loss of a child through suicide is a totally separate unimaginable tragedy. Losing one of my children before I pass on is one of the nightmares that I am haunted by.
The author includes some statistics that are both mind blowing and sad.
I highly recommend this book for anyone to read. I will say though. You may have to take breaks while reading this book. This is one of those books that will speechless.
About the Author:
Robin Theis is a veteran on the topic of rejection. She spent several years of her childhood in a children’s home. When she was released she married young and raised her children to love life and to appreciate the simplest of things (because many times she had little to give them). She found that the rejection caused many problems in her early years of child rearing and in her marriage. Losing her son to suicide brought about a search for some answers, what she found was the rejection in his marriage led him to take his life. She was forced to look at rejection in her own life and she learned how she could be set free from the stronghold of rejection and she shares how you can be set free too.
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