Remembering To Forget: ~A Mother And Daughter's Journey After Suicide~

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AuthorHouse, Sep 12, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 340 pages

Remembering To Forget is a vivid and evocative story based on the true accounts of Ashleigh Moore’s existence.


Enduring a path of isolation feeling betrayed by her friends and family while grieving for the life that was taken and the future she no longer can give her daughter.


Her journey takes her back to face an anguished childhood where the steps of healing some of the most haunting revelations begin.


Finding depression to be a friendship with the devil himself she begins the voyage under the cloud stigma that suicide leaves behind. The endless tunnel takes every ounce of life with in her to survive the many obstacles placed in her path. 


The innocence of her four year old daughter was for ever changed with a decision that neither of them could alter. The choices and sacrifices that she makes to support and comfort her daughter’s already traumatized heart.


The world as they both new it had no beginning and no ending.  A maze of webbed emotions that she alone had to over come with her daughter by her side; Always asking . . . how do you raise a daughter after a suicide?


This is a compelling true story of a women and mother's journey of unconditional love, loss, betrayal, ultimate guts and tenacity for the survival of herself and her daughter after her husband takes his own life. Hers is a story of triumph against diverse odds. Ashleigh finds within her blazing fierce Irish determination to fight for a new life for her and her daughter on her own terms.


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