The Valedictorian of Being Dead: The True Story of Dying Ten Times to Live

by Heather B. Armstrong

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The Valedictorian of Being Dead: The True Story of Dying Ten Times to Live

by Heather B. Armstrong


Story

  • Shedding a Light on Mental Health Issues

    After her radical treatment for therapy, Heather has a new lease on life. She doesn’t want to be dead anymore. Better, she is optimistic and improving in all other aspects of her life, from caring for her children to spreading more awareness about mental health issues. Although she credits the trea

  • A Lonely Battle

    Depression can be a lonely battle, especially if you have people around you who do not believe in mental health issues. Heather’s father was one such person. Although her mother and stepfather supported her in her struggles with depression, her father was a “pull yourself up by your bootstraps” kind

  • Small Changes, Big Effects

    When you’re depressed, even doing the easiest tasks seem like a hike up Mount Everest. You struggle to do things you found easy before and care less about issues surrounding your life and beyond it. After her third session of this radical treatment of simulating death, she noticed a small change i

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