Our guest today is Sharon Greenwald. Sharon is an advocate for mental health and has written a book, “Sixty-ninth Street Suicide.” written from the angle of explaining her "why" through the thoughts and feelings she endured for many years. Her purpose is to
help erase the stigma of mental illness.
To purchase Sharons book: https://www.amazon.com/Sixty-ninth-Street-Suicide-Depression-Defining-ebook/dp/B08NR687TT
After suffering depression following a catastrophic event at 17, Sharon Greenwald knows she’ll commit suicide one day. But she never considers what would happen if she survived. When depression returns after divorce, a seemingly inconsequential event sets her plan in motion. She awakens from a five-day coma to questions of why. “Sixty-ninth Street Suicide” is a candid, raw story that explores Sharon’s every destructive thought and feeling that adds up to her why. The answer may surprise you.
Listeners, please look for our podcast, “Time Out for Mental Health” wherever you get your podcasts including the Mental Health News Radio Network and HealthyLife.net and keep your eyes out for my new book, YOU DON’T HAVE TO SWALLOW YOUR GUN, A Book About Relationships, Depression, Suicide, and How Toxic Masculinity Affects Relationships Between Men and Women. Please contact me for speaking engagements through my website, timkrass.com.