January 13, 2014 by sayno2pharma
Leonie tells it like it is for parents who have lost children to suicide.
Let me get one thing straight here, I’m not looking for sympathy. You can shove your sympathy where the sun (or my son) doesn’t shine!
Usually when a child dies, the families of the bereaved parent wraps itself around that person, protecting that person with every fibre of their collective being. Friends will call night and day, whether the company is required or not. They will bring food, humour and tears in equal measure. The family doctor, priest or pastor will call and speak of the ‘beautiful soul that is now in heaven’. If the person is well known, the newspapers will attest to the goals, achievements and academic heights that the deceased person has climbed. Whether the deceased person was the most boring man alive or Quasimodo’s long lost sister, family, friends and colleagues will only remember how beautiful and…
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