||This is not a book about blame or guilt, although it may certainly
spark that kind of discussion. This is not a book about getting even or
setting the record straight, although it may do that as well. And,
this is not a book for clinicians, although it will offer some scientific
data and educational resources.
This is a book of real stories about real kids. Kids who took their
own lives because they thought it was their only way out of a hopeless
situation. It is about the tragic choices they made in an effort
to end the pain - when they believed there was no other solution.
It is told by mothers who are willing to share their own personal pain
as they watched their children suffer and struggle. It is about their own
efforts to advocate for their children while they continue to deal with
their own devastating loss and the aftermath of bullycide.