“Horse in the Wilderness” by Debbie Eckles

BOOK_COVER_Horse in the Wilderness“Everything he had lived and worked for had self-destructed that day, including faith in God and belief in honor, love, loyalty and commitment. Every passing minute was a reminder that he had nothing left.”

Was it true that “[n]ot a single person cared if he lived or died”? Learn more at http://booksbysteph.com/Eckles__Debbie.html

Until next time, live life one page at a time!


If you or someone you know is depressed or thinking about committing suicide – tell someone. If you are not ready to talk to someone face-to-face or if there is no one in your life that you feel comfortable talking to about your suicidal thoughts, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline any time at (800) 273-TALK. If you have already taken steps to harm yourself or feel that you cannot stop yourself from committing suicide, call 911 or go to the emergency room and tell the person at the front desk that you are suicidal and they will help you. 




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