"One of the best ways I can describe what Heather does is this.... You(the one that's suffering internally/externally) are having the worst day, nothing is going right, you feel like the world is against you, you are feeling like you have no purpose, you have survivors guilt, you are dealing with an overwhelming personal battle within yourself... and you feel completely defeated on all levels.... home, life, love, work etc. you have decided that you've hit your limit, and that going on is harder then facing the demons... (inner/outer) you "drive" to that "cliff " wherever it may be (whether it be an actual place or just a very dark emotional place) .. and you take a "breath" and you feel tears streaming down your face and think to yourself one last time.... is there ANYONE else I can turn to? Anyone who cares? Anyone who will notice my absence? Anyone else who can give me guidance? And then... clear as day.... you think to yourself.... "I should call Heather" And as always... HEATHER is your saving grace. She is the one who reminds you of who and what you are living for. She reminds you that you are not the only one who has felt this way, and that reaching out is one of the best things you can do for yourself and your family and friends... She reminds you of why you shouldn't even be on that "cliff" in the first place.... that your mission in this world isn't done. You take THAT long sigh of relief... and think to yourself... Heather is right... I am a fighter... I am in control.. I can do this... I will NOT be a statistic. You find yourself crying again... but this time it's because you made the "call" that just saved your life" and Heather helped you every step of the way. No matter how many times you call or reach out to her... she always finishes the conversation with this message..."I'm glad you called, reach out to me ANY time day or night... my phone is always on.. I am here for you and always will be. You are NOT alone." After the conversation with Heather you think to yourself... I will not give up....I will instead share my story and give others hope. I will breathe another breath, feel my pulse again, and see another day.... Heather is a saint... and a life saver."