By Sandra Gould Thompson
Suicide is something no one wants to talk about. The act conjures up everything that we fear. It requires that we examine our lives and try to determine where we went wrong. It paralyzes us such that we are unable to console another in the state of their indescribable agony and need for rest.
My purpose in writing this book is to facilitate that conversation. I describe what I experienced and believe happens once departed from our bodies of our own volition, and it’s not what you or they expect.
My greatest wish is that you read this or give it to someone you know who is suffering. This is no time to be gentle and loving; that time has passed. Now you need to act. Now you need to ask important questions that will ground them, and offer an unexpected and more helpful point of view.
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Meet Author- Sandra Gould Thompson
Sandra Gould Thompson is a graduate of Syracuse University and has been a medical illustrator for many years. She lives on a farm in Central New York State.
She now considers herself a “word illustrator.” Writing essays on the complexities of life, she seeks to expand our vision of what it truly means to live and die, including the space in between.
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