"...intimate and revealing...discloses the struggling exploration of a child's life, suicide and the recovery of the parent left behind..." -- Beverly Parker, Sharing and Healing, San Diego, CA
"...one of the most powerful statements I've seen concerning teen suicide." -- Ron Brackin, Editor, Life Values Newsletter, Teen Suicide Prevention Task Force
"...parents and teachers need to read the book...to be alert to the signs of depression that can lead to suicide." -- Sarah Sue Goldsmith, Baton Rouge Morning Advocate, April 8, 1990
About the Author
Kathleen Sandefer, divorced and the mother of two children, is a life long resident of Louisiana. She was graduated with a BS Degree in education from Louisiana State University, and was a teacher in public schools for ten years. Ms. Sandefer has one living daughter who resides in Houston. She has worked with teacher's groups, Coping with Suicide and The Compassionate Friends. Her book was recognized and endorsed by the Teen Suicide Prevention Task Force in 1990. She continues to make speaking appearances to grief counseling groups while working as an insurance sales representative.