An eye opening, unapologetic and hilarious romp through the darkest moment of an Australian man’s life.
My father told me life wasn’t meant to be easy, but I don’t think he anticipated it would turn out as heart breaking as it did. Before one miserable night in 2014, there were two actions I’d never contemplated doing in my life: write a book or jumping off a 20-story balcony.
However, this night I found myself so afraid and despondent that I leaned against my balcony railing and wished that I could take away all the pain I was feeling with one action. What could drive a man to consider taking his own life? Have you ever felt choked by the grip of despair?
I sat at my computer and started writing a suicide note. As I typed, I started to weigh up my life. With it resting perilously on the edge, I had the strength to be open, honest and unrepentant.
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