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By the time that Elizabeth and Sam Smith's daughter turned fifteen years old, she was in the midst of the battle of her life. Her constant threats controlled her family, on a daily basis. Katelynne struggled with bipolar disorder, and depression.

After being abused and rejected by the father of her son, Katelynne left her baby in the care of Elizabeth and Sam, refusing to raise him herself. And then, Katelynne's FINAL ACT (SUICIDE). Elizabeth and Sam were left with the guilt, pain, anger, and frustration of their daughter's death.

Donna Rogers ISBN# 1-4241-5078-7

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Comment by Donna Rogers on August 19, 2007 at 5:45am
Charlotte,
I would love to read your book when it does become available here in the US. It sounds like we are on the same track in life. Best of luck with your book.
Donna
Comment by Charlotte McPherson on August 19, 2007 at 5:38am
When we can share our hearts others are helped. I am sure your story will give others hope and courage. I have written a book called Lord why? This books deals with pain and suffering. I wish I could send you a copy. It is only available in Turkey, where I am. I have not been in a position to have it available in US yet. Keep up the good work!
Comment by Donna Rogers on August 16, 2007 at 2:51pm
Dianne,
I thank God that your daughter survived, he must have been watching over her. I am thrilled that your daughter made it through such a terrible ordeal. God Bless you ALL.
Donna
Comment by Dianne Schwartz on August 16, 2007 at 2:44pm
My daughter attempted suicide when she was 16-years old. After ICU and life support, she finally pulled through. It was a very painful time for all of us and today, she will tell you she isn't sure why she tried it.
Comment by Donna Rogers on August 16, 2007 at 6:48am
Siirley,
I am so sorry for your loss, as I can truly understand what you are going through. Thank you for your support of my book. I hope that many of our young people can benefit from reading it.
God Bless you and your family,
Donna Rogers
Comment by shirley dicks on August 15, 2007 at 3:33pm
suicide is a horrible thing and it leaves a lot of pain to those left behind. I tried it when I was seventeen because my boyfriend was with another girl. I took all my mothers pills and went to bed. It was only a miracle that my mother came in to talk to me and found me unconsicous.

After a week in the hospital I finally got well but I remember the pain that I put on my parents and the fear that I might try it again.

Move forward twenty years and my youngest son tried it and it brought to mind again of what my parents went through with me. He promised not to ever try that again and he didn't. I did lose him two years ago though due to a car crash. He was killed instantly.

Your book is much needed as so many kids today try suicide and many succeed....I wish you well in the sales of your book....,my latest book is my life story as well....and they are hard to write. Shirley
Comment by Donna Rogers on August 13, 2007 at 10:12am
Dear Bea,

Thank you so much for your support, and it is very hard, but worth all the people it will help.
Donna
Comment by Bea Vanni on August 13, 2007 at 9:59am
Few people know of others pain unless we share. It takes a courageous person to share intimate heartwrenching life stories. Just think of how many lives you can touch with your book and how others may learn from your experiences. Bless you!

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