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In writing Cops, Cons, and Grace, Brian Cahill embarks on an amazing effort to find healing through sharing his son's suicide in a personal, self-revealing, and spiritual way.
A father's love for a son, coming to grips with an incomprehensible loss, and the long, torturous process of healing and reconciliation are powerful and sobering dynamics for the reader/5(20).
""Cops, Cons, and Grace is a moving, inspirational journey into grief, despair, and ultimate reconciliation prompted by the author's loss of a police officer son to suicide. Written with tears and tenderness, Brian Cahill explores his own loss and the ongoing, national crisis of suicide in law enforcement/5(20).
"Cops, Cons, and Grace is a moving, inspirational journey into grief, despair, and ultimate reconciliation prompted by the author's loss of a police officer son to suicide. Written with tears and tenderness, Brian Cahill explores his own loss and the ongoing, national crisis of suicide in law enforcement/5(20).
The following is excerpted from “Cops, Cons and Grace, A Father’s Journey Through His Son’s Suicide,” by Brian Cahill, who lost his firstborn son, a veteran police officer in the aftermath of a.
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Cops, Cons, and Grace A Father's Journey Through His Son's Suicide (Book): Cahill, Brian: "A decade ago Brian Cahill became the victim of the greatest tragedy any parent can endure with the loss of his firstborn son, a veteran police officer in the aftermath of a painful divorce, to suicide.
Far from the carefree retirement he had envisioned, the devastated father faced a journey back from. One Cops Story - A Living Testament of God's Grace. likes. Available now on Followers: I have long said there are 3 sides to every story. This book is a compilation of my struggles, memories and experiences of 30 years service on the Cleveland Pol ice Department.
The experiences however, are not mine alone. This book is only my story and point of view. Cops, Cons, and Grace: A Father's Journey Through His Son's Suicide will save lives. First and foremost, Brian Cahill's work will save the lives of law enforcement professionals.
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But it’s much too long, and is significantly marred by its climactic momentum toward a reconciliation that simply isn’t very credible. cops, cons and grace, a father's journey through his son's suicide OUT NOW Brian Cahill has recently completed a memoir about his son’s suicide, Cops, Cons and Grace, A.
The devastation of that life-shattering loss is Cahill’s personal story in “Cops, Cons, and Grace: A Father’s Journey Through His Son’s Suicide.” The page book peels back John’s struggles before the end of his life and Brian’s subsequent struggles to deal with the death.
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