Author Archives: Larry Lynn

A Son’s Suicide: The Last Person on Earth: AfterTalk Inspirational 8.9.18

A Son’s Suicide: The Last Person on Earth by Melissa Fay Greene He was a marvelous, graceful boy. We, his lucky family from the moment he arrived at age 10 from Ethiopia, weren’t the only ones to think so. A wide swath of local boyhood fell in love with him, too, migrating to our house,

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Suicide: The Turning Point: An Inspirational Quote 8.2.18

[Editor: About The Turning Point: this post was a response to an earlier post about death by suicide. We thought the poem would be a great addition to our weekly Inspirational Quotes.  Rosemarie Wilder asked the following: “…and please mention New Hope for Kids. This organization helps children in grief and grants wishes to children

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So Long Marianne

So Long Marianne Leonard Cohen penned a poignant final letter to his dying muse Marianne Ihlen, a longtime friend of hers revealed on Canadian radio. Ihlen, whom Cohen wrote about in So Long, Marianne and Bird on a Wire, died in Norway on 29 July 2016, aged 81. Cohen passed a almost three months later. Cohen met her

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A Son’s Suicide: AfterTalk Inspirational 7.12.18

A few weeks ago we published a Ask Dr. Neimeyer Q&A about a son’s suicide. It provoked many comments. As this week’s Inspirational, we want to share one of them with you.  The Q&A can be found at this link: A MOTHER’S QUESTION Here is the comment by Bernice Singh: Not Enough!!!!! This is the

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