Support For Parents Who Have Lost A Child To Suicide

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  • 84 Pages
  • November 23, 2021, 2021
  • Trim Size: 6×9
  • Paperback ISBN: 978-1-7378-2389-6
  • eBook ISBN: 978-1-5136-8541-0
  • Imprint: Battle Press
  • Discount if you buy 5 or more books – contact [email protected]


Have you lost a child to suicide and need answers from a person who has experienced the same pain? Is your grief so consuming that you feel even getting out of bed is impossible? I have suffered this loss and understand this unthinkable trauma. This book includes some of the things I found to ease the depth of the unimaginable pain my heart has endured.

This book is written from my own experience of the loss of my only child, Victoria. Everyone’s experience may be different. The journey for survivors of suicide victims is a long and often brutal one that affects one’s life forever. The suggestions I offer here are purely my own. My heart and empathy go out to all that have had to travel this path. 




5.0 out of 5 Stars My son died on 1/3/21, not from suicide, but a relapse and unknowingly became a victim of fentanyl poisoning. Cindy nailed the grieving process…. hit every emotion…the regrets, guilt, doubts, “what if”. Even though our children had different causes of death, I experienced all of the feelings that were so poignantly and well described. I read this in less than 2 hrs, right after it was delivered, btw. Difficult to put down once it’s started. Thank you, Cindy. 5 out of 5 Stars The author of this book demonstrates much courage and inner strength as she shares her emotions and the events regarding the tragedy of her daughter’s suicide. May God continue to grant her strength, direction, and peace. 5.0 out of 5 stars The writer of this book poured her heart and soul out here . I learned so much from reading this book, It had many helpful suggestions and supportive ideas to make it thru a tragedy such as this Joe. S I 5.0 out of 5 stars A great resource for those seeking to help or to be helped; thoughtfully written.The author presents a good balance of personal experiences as well as great suggestions for helping someone struggling with such a heart-wrenching experience. 5.0 out of 5 stars I was honored to meet her daughter (through this book) and hear her story. This is an important topic. There is no way to know what that can be like, but to even think of it makes me shudder and quake. I have experienced losing a family member to suicide. I have friends who have lost children or friends to suicide. . “I cried an ocean”, Cindy said, after she lost her daughter. The author leads you through the impossible task set before her and has some really good ideas about coping and living day to day doing things deliberately to remember her daughter. She finds purpose and part of that purpose is sharing this story with all of us. 5 out of 5 Stars If anyone has been truly tested on the matter of perseverance, Cindy Harris has. She talks about spirituality and coming to enjoy and look forward to the “magic” of thinking about her daughter and her “butterfly kisses”. It is through many dark days that she has traveled to bring us this message. May you have peace and many more butterfly kisses, mama. I will never forget this story of your beautiful daughter.

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