Death is always a hard subject to grasp, especially when it’s the life of a loved one. You may be overwhelmed with feelings of grief, depression, even anger. But how do you react when the person you loved took their own life? Jack Runion had to face this question when his father chose to finally end the pain and suffering that had plagued him for nearly forty years.
After his father’s death, Jack began keeping a journal to help work through his emotions during that painful time . . . his guilt at not seeing his father’s pain, his grief at being unable to give him a proper goodbye. This book is a collection of Jack’s journal entries and the bits of wisdom he has come to understand through the grieving process. This honest and open account of his father’s suicide encourages anyone who has experienced a similar situation to deal with their loss and find support in the ones they love.