Have you ever wondered what people who are suicidal think? Have you ever wondered how someone can go from being OK one day and then gone the next day? Walk with Jennifer through 16 chapters as she holds nothing back and takes you inside the mind of suicide. She'll inspire you to think differently as she shares how her two-year battle with suicide and deep depression prepared her to know how to fight for herself and her surviving daughters after the death of her husband and twin daughter. This book is packed with the hidden treasures she found buried beneath decades of pain. Jennifer will light the way with Hope for those who are still in the dark, the fury of the storm and those who have survived it. Her comprehensive approach to solving this complex topic is refreshing. "I've survived decades of abuse, trauma and hardship, and I'm still here.... During my two-year battle with suicide it felt like my mind was kidnapped and held for ransom. Join me as I share with you what it took to get my life and mind back."
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This really is a book worth reading. From a male's perspective (like my own), the author's honesty and openness about her own life experience offers insight that will help most who are struggling with suicide, and those interested in learning about it, to understand how to navigate through the complexity of emotions and experiences that can be involved with it. Some of her examples, such as the check engine light analogy, makes sense in my mind. The resources and advice are worth considering as this is a subject often very personal and private. It really does offer hope and encouragement to live and reading the book made me appreciate my own life.
So nice to read first person experience. The author is very transparent and open about her past and present struggle. Very honest book and encourages the reader to get help as well as help those around that may be struggling. Outline and workbook pages are straightforward and easy enough to work through. I hope everyone reads this book.
Jennifer's courage in sharing her story is inspiring. It is well written, easy to follow, and a tremendous resource for anyone that either struggles with dark thoughts, depression, and suicide or knows a friend or love one that is fighting the battle to escape the dark maze. It truly does offer hope.