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The coldest night

a family's experience of suicide

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This edition was published in by Veritas in Dublin.

Written in English

127 pages

"The Coldest Night tells the story of a mother's loss of her son through suicide. The author brings us from the moment she learned her son had taken his own life, through the postmortem, the funeral and the subsequent months of bewilderment and shock as she and her family tried to come to terms with a changed life and family structure. She emerges eventually, a different but stronger person, with a deep desire to help young people who are suffering the pain of depression and suicidal ideation, and to continue to be involved in nurturing their spirituality, which she believes is key to a healthy sense of self-worth and value"--Publisher's description.

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The coldest night

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Work Description

"The Coldest Night tells the story of a mother's loss of her son through suicide. The author brings us from the moment she learned her son had taken his own life, through the postmortem, the funeral and the subsequent months of bewilderment and shock as she and her family tried to come to terms with a changed life and family structure. She emerges eventually, a different but stronger person, with a deep desire to help young people who are suffering the pain of depression and suicidal ideation, and to continue to be involved in nurturing their spirituality, which she believes is key to a healthy sense of self-worth and value"--Publisher's description.

The coldest night

a family's experience of suicide

This edition was published in by Veritas in Dublin.


Edition Description

"The Coldest Night tells the story of a mother's loss of her son through suicide. The author brings us from the moment she learned her son had taken his own life, through the postmortem, the funeral and the subsequent months of bewilderment and shock as she and her family tried to come to terms with a changed life and family structure. She emerges eventually, a different but stronger person, with a deep desire to help young people who are suffering the pain of depression and suicidal ideation, and to continue to be involved in nurturing their spirituality, which she believes is key to a healthy sense of self-worth and value"--Publisher's description.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
362.283092
Library of Congress
HV6546 .M573 2009

The Physical Object

Pagination
127 p. ;
Number of pages
127

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL25256609M
Internet Archive
coldestnightfami0000milt
ISBN 10
1847302025
ISBN 13
9781847302021
LC Control Number
2011288360
OCLC/WorldCat
466429455

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