Crossing That Bridge Book
Finding hope when suicide becomes a thought, a reality or a crisis. This book is designed to comfort, guide, heal and inspire Contemplators, Survivors and Lifeguards advocating for mental health awareness and suicide prevention.
“Crossing That Bridge is just the book people have been looking for when it comes to comprehending the emotional sides of suicide. Get ready to dive into increasing prevention and promoting awareness in your own circle of influence…it will be the key that just might save a life of someone you know!” Dr. Paul Keck
This book is designed to comfort, guide, heal and inspire all those who are affected by suicide including Contemplators (those struggling with self-destructive thoughts), Survivors (those who have suffered loss) and Life Guards (those trying to help) This book is succinct and direct by design. Suicide is a serious and all too prevalent threat in our world today and the authors want to get you, the reader, to the help you need asap. You will not find clinical research and opinions but rather real life stories and suggestions from those who have been there. Christine Eaton and T. Mitchell Anthony have teamed up in the hope that lives and wounds will be healed, hope will be recharged, and purpose will be found by all who have encountered the many faces of the self-destructive inclination. Read it for yourself or someone you care about and then pass it on to someone else who can help as well.