Tears start flowing when you read this mother's anguish. Because in this moment, she's no longer Delilah, the self-proclaimed "Queen of Sappy Love Songs"-- she's a mother dealing with an unspeakable loss... and all our thoughts, prayers and tears are for her and her family.
This is not the first child Delilah has lost. Another son died from sickle cell anemia.
Delilah changed her Facebook cover photo to the number for the National Lifeline suicide hotline.
Logic has put that number to music, trying to reach those who are hurting with a message of hope
Locally, the Out of the Darkness Walk is set for Sunday Oct 15th in Daphne, to raise awareness and funds that allow the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) to invest in new research, create educational programs, advocate for public policy, and support survivors of suicide loss.
In this podcast, John Conrad, with BayView Professional Associates, and local Walk organizer Lydia Barber, who lost her 19 year old son to suicide, talk about the Out of the Darkness Walk and suicide prevention and awareness--