Books tagged: suicide healing

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After My Son's Suicide
By Darla Isackson
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 63,820. Language: English. Published: September 12, 2012. Category: Nonfiction
Are You Grieving a Suicide? Do Questions Abound? • Where is my loved one now? • What happens in the spirit world? • Can a person repent after death? • How can I forgive? • What do I do with my feelings of failure, anger, hurt, and blame? • Can I ever get over the grief? • How can the Atonement help me to heal? These Questions and More Are Addressed in This Landmark First-person Story.
From Prison to Pulpit
By Lawrence Oji
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 52,280. Language: American English. Published: June 27, 2013 by Evangelista Media srl. Category: Nonfiction
Lawrence “Solution” Oji was born with the proverbial silver spoon in his mouth. He could have risen to the top echelons of life in his native Nigeria—through the civil service, the military, or the private sector. After a few golden, but squandered opportunities, destiny handed him yet another chance for a fresh start with a university education in New Delhi, India.
Leaving the Hall Light On
By Madeline Sharples
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 86,940. Language: English. Published: October 14, 2013 by Dream of Things. Category: Nonfiction
Leaving the Hall Light On charts the near-destruction of one middle-class family whose son committed suicide after a seven-year struggle with bipolar disorder. Author Madeline Sharples goes deep into her own well of grief to describe her anger, frustration and guilt. "Brave and Gritty." Story Circle Book Reviews. "Moving, intimate and very inspiring." Mark Shelmerdine, CEO, Jeffers Press.
Man of the House, Inc.
By J. Stanford
Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 139,320. Language: English. Published: October 30, 2013. Category: Fiction
How do broken men being raised by broken women in broken households prepare to be functional fathers? Who else but God holds black boys tightly enough in hand to salvage remnants of misguided childhoods? Too often, inner city boys look to professional sports to afford them the lifestyle that accompanies the life in a game they are not prepared to play. Black men, we are responsible for our own.