I Still Believe
mental illness and suicide in light of the Christian faith
For many, the word suicide connotes stereotypical images and nightmarish tragedy far removed from the perceived 'normal life.' But, the truth is suicide can happen to any family without regard to race, economic status or the amount of love in the home. This memoir chronicles the painful process of learning about the mental illness that had lain hidden, but was the ultimate cause for the suicide of Desiree's son, Ryan. Through the chaos of sifting through shattered bits of faith to find meaning in his death, she found that God was there.
|Dimensions||9 x 6 x 0.4|