One Side of Suicide
Dee Burt


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  • ISBN: 9780976839163
  • Publication Date: Feb 14, 2006
  • 7.5 x 9.25 in., 128 pages
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One Side of Suicide draws on the author's personal use of journaling to move from surviving to thriving in a powerful story of loss and love. Journaling pages with writing prompts help you go within on your own healing journey. Includes professional resources.

About The Author

Dee Burt earned her Master of Science in Education with her area of concentration in Counseling and Educational Psychology. She began journaling to help deal with the aftermath of her husband's suicide during the first few semesters of her undergraduate coursework.

Dee presents loss and grief workshops for schools, survivor's groups, writer's groups, and other organizations. The workshops focus on the messages and healing power within each individual.

Dee also presents writing workshops and professional development seminars in schools utilizing bibliotherapeutic strategies to engage children and adults in writing and celebrating a wide range of stories and experiences.

Professional Affiliations:

American Counseling Association

American School Counseling Association

Illinois Reading Council


"I know your book will be an asset to survivors. I support journaling and often request survivors use it as an outlet and yardstick for their healing process."

—Frank R. Campbell Ph.D., LCSW, CT
Executive Director, Baton Rouge Crisis Intervention Center
Past President, American Association of Suicidology

"This book is a shared personal journey through the consequences of a devastating loss, the suicide of a loved one. Ultimately, this book is an act of courage, a statement of hope, and a call to personal healing. It is a generous gift and guide to other individuals and families who face such a difficult loss. I highly recommend it."

—Larry Lawrence, M.D., Psychiatrist