Kate Buchanan, Humanist Celebrant, Humanist Society Scotland
This book is not another self-help manual ... it's a warm embrace from a kind friend: you will feel its arms come around you offering comfort, support and, above all, understanding.
Dr Mary Turner, Reader in Health Services Research, University of Huddersfield
Resilience and incredible positivity shine through the pages, and her frank account of the emotional fallout is balanced with some sound theoretical information. A must read for anyone affected by suicide.
Prof Louis Appleby, Chair, National Suicide Prevention Strategy Advisory Group
Sue Henderson's personal story captures the distress, the disbelief, the questioning - but also the need to recover, to survive as a family. She brings a professional eye and even a wry humour to this most painful of subjects. It's an unusual book about a frequently hidden topic.
Donna Hastings, Bereavement Co-ordinator, Richmond’s Hope
Reading Sue's book sent me on an emotional rollercoaster, which I didn't want to get off. I laughed at points, I cried at others, and at times I was so captivated I felt like I was experiencing their journey with them.
Suzannah Phillips, Development Lead, Winston’s Wish – the charity for bereaved children
Sue's book gives a genuine, heart-warming and wrenching account of how suicide changes family life forever. Winston's Wish is proud to have been part of their story, which illustrates that the direction of grief is never straightforward but families can find their own 'new normal'.