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Warning: This story contains suicidal material that may be sensitive to some listeners.
Things weren't supposed to turn out this way. My story should have been different. Happier. Maybe in another life, it would've been. But, life isn't a fairy tale, and the good guys don't always win.
I didn't mean to cause anyone pain. I just wanted to end my own. The letter, his words - crushed me. It seemed as if there was no other way out. Nothing can change what happened, and nothing could have prepared me for what came after those two words: Dear Adam.
©2015 Jaclyn Osborn (P)2016 Jaclyn Osborn
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By HaloLove on 04-24-16

Sadly beautiful 💞

This is such a powerful tale of how words, actions, ignorance, hate, selfishness, heartbreak, feelings unworthiness, and a weak support system can destroy something so d@mn beautiful.

A heartbreaking tale but a lovely bittersweet ending. -teary eyed smile-

Brad Rakushin, his voice was mesmerizing as Conner 💞Adam.
I'm going to go hug and kiss my son now.

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By Wes on 03-14-16

Important & touching story

This story is incredibly important for anyone who has ever lost a loved one. This book puts a human face on suicide, specifically among the LGBTQ community. It is so wonderfully performed and narrated by Brad Rakushin. Rakushin elevates the writing to a new level that tears at the heart and makes you feel like you're really being told the story from the lead character himself. I was transfixed by his emotion, and feel like I went on this difficult journey with him. Highly, highly recommend. And huge kudos to them for including the suicide prevention information; the Trevor Project is a terrific resource for those who struggle with grief and/or suicide.

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