Since sharing the link to the article written by Macleans & wondering how one magazine could publish such one sided, unbelievablely self centred content, I came across another article. This one however, is in stark contrast with the one in Macleans. It's a story published in the New York Times by a father who's child died. It's raw, emotional, scary & honest and although I have to caution you that it might stir up emotions or nightmares -as in my case, I certainly feel like it deserves to have attention brought to it.
I have rarely seen a forum for such honesty and candid expression of this topic. If you choose to, go ahead and read it.
My sincerest gratitude to this father for his courage to write openly about the worst time in his life and sharing his daughter with the world.