Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Help Me! by: Donna M. Zadunajsky

A novella about a boy named Mick and his struggles with life. His parent’s divorce and a friend’s suicide make his world unbearable. Each “cut” has a deeper meaning. A cry for help. “I spin my dad’s Ruger SP101 revolver on the wood floor of my bedroom. Sometimes, just to see what it feels like, I place the tip of the gun against my temple, but I never once pull the trigger. NO!” “I’m more into the slice of the blade against my skin and the blood running down my arm.” “It relieves so much pressure.” “And I can breathe again…”
This story is a must read for parents of teenagers, and any teenager who is considering suicide. Cyber bullying seems to be a fad. I don't understand why kids have to be so damn mean! Bullying has been around for many years, it just seems to have escalated since I was younger. We need to listen to our children, watch them closely, especially if they seem depressed, or struggling with anything. Bullying needs to be stopped! Whatever form, we need to advocate to prevent our children from hurting themselves, cutting themselves, and the most tragic; killing themselves. I was given this book to review in exchange for my honest, and unbiased opinion. You can purchased this ebook at- Suicide Prevention Hotline- 1-800-273-TALK

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