When mama loses her only child to suicide, she is overcome with grief and depression. Knowing she needs all the help she can get, Maame is introduced to a support group where she meets parents who share the same fate as her. They share their stories as they embark on a path of healing from their losses.
What could have made these young ones take their lives? Is suicide really the easy way out of hardships life throws at us?
Follow the story of Maame who battles the prejudice of a Ghanaian society who blame parents for the suicide of their children and the grief that makes her suicidal.
This book is for those who battle the abyss of depression and need a way out. It is for those who forget that suicide destroys not just the life taken but also the lives of the people left behind.₵25.00
Home is supposed to be haven, home is supposed to be safety. When even a mission house does not hold peace, even sinners would wonder. Why did a sixteen-year old Preacher’s daughter have to bear her father’s weight every night only to be dressed up as a princess every Sunday morning? When a mother turned punching bag cannot even save her own daughter from the grips of a devil in God’s robe, the child takes matters into her own hands. She would not take it anymore; leaving home was her only option.
With one destination in mind — the city — Tamara could live her life anew. What she was not told was the abundance of men like her father even in the civilized big city. Without Sister Mary, could she have held it altogether?
Follow Tamara’s story in this page turner as she battles her devils, seeks revenge and finally finds forgiveness and freedom for her soul.₵25.00