Learning to Breathing Again: Choosing to Heal After Losing a Loved One to Suicide
On March 21, 2019, Lark Dean Galley experienced a devastating loss-the unexpected suicide of her 19-year-old son. Having already endured her own father's suicide five years earlier, this second death hit especially hard. All expectations for the future were erased. Everything became difficult. Even breathing felt like a conscious decision. This is the story of her raw and painful journey through despair and grief; it is standing on the brink of an abyss ready to pitch into the darkness and making the very difficult decision to step away from the edge. Lark shares how this decision to use her loss to bless the lives of others helped her to heal from both her son's and father's suicides. It is her desire to instill hope in those who wonder how, or even if, they can go on. #1 New York Times bestselling author, Richard Paul Evans writes the Foreword and endorses the book. Lark recently felt called to help and serve those who struggle with their value and purpose. Having overcome immense personal challenges in her 55+ years of life, she has continued to grow in her empathy and compassion towards others. After working in the corporate world for 25 years, she left to run her father's trucking company when he passed away unexpectedly, also from suicide, after struggling with mental illness for most of his life. Realizing there were many entrepreneurs who could benefit from her experience, Lark started her own consulting business. Her son's suicide in March 2019 reinforced what she'd been hearing from many of her high achieving clients - they felt unworthy and incapable of reaching their goals. Lark went from coaching on the externals to focusing on why each person matters. Her goal is to help 100,000 people choose to stay on this planet and step into their greatness. She has done this in a variety of capacities, but in each she has used the tools and lessons learned from her own struggles.
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