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36 Hours to Live SYNOPSIS - In this actual diary, Craig Franklin. a very bright, very sad 16 year old boy, carefully chronicled the final 36 hours before swallowing the pills to end his life. As depressing as the title may sound, this may well be the most positive and uplifting book teenagers or their parents could ever read. So says Dr. Susti Crossman, Adolescent psychologist. The diary is cradled between a forward that sensitively prepares the reader for what is to follow and a reassuring and inspiring epilogue that provides hope and purpose to guide one through lifes dark and desperate moments. KIND WORDS - Few books for teens and parents, have ever made a more sensitive, convincing and honest statement about how precious and fulfilling life can be. - James Thurston, DD, Clegyman ...Pollyanna? No! Realistic, honest, positive, thought provoking, and growth producing? Yes! - R. L. Wilson, PhD, Child Psychologist My 14 year old son and I read it together. We laughed together at Craigs delightful sense of humor. We cried together over his desperation. We grew together in our appreciation for life and for one another. - Janice Dekker, Parent of Four Dear Dr. Hutchison . . . In 36 Hours, you and Craig saved my life. God bless you both. - Lynda, age sixteen - now going on seventeen. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: G. F Hutchison, Ph.D. Ed.D. Psychologist, educator, author, speaker, Dr. Hutchison maintained a clinical practice for more than thirty years helping people and their families build new, positive, happy, productive lives. 36 Hours to Live is one of several teenagers diaries that he has edited so that others might learn and point their lives down productive happy paths.
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Book Description Family of Man Press, 2002. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1885631049