Meet Bridget…

“Growing Young: A Memoir of Grief” is the only grief support book written by a teenager, who at age 12 stumbled upon the body of her fourteen-year-old brother while they were home alone. His suicide shattered her world and forced Bridget to face issues she had never before considered.

Follow the author through her grieving process as she attempts to cope with the loss of a loved one. Bridget Park currently resides in Nevada and plans to continue writing and sharing her story through speaking engagements.

3 thoughts on “Meet Bridget…

  1. I am so glad I stumbled across your page. I want to get your book for my daughter Sophia. She is 12 and found her 16 year old brother, my Frankie, on October 15, 2013 the same way you found your brother.

    I have been at a loss on how to help her. There isn’t much support in Houston for kids who are suicide survivors. So we have been doing counseling.

    I pray that your book can help her…even if it’s just a little. Thank you for sharing your story

  2. I’m so sorry for your loss. My brother, wife, and nieces age 6 months and 5 yrs old were killed in a car accident. I know the lose of a brother. I’m still taken it one day at a time.

    Thanks, Bridget

  3. Dear Bridget, I am so sorry about your loss. Praise God that you have found a level place of stability and are even able to reach out to others. Our 15 year old grandson just attempted suicide (he is in Portland) and is in a group home and therapy right now. I have since learned that the spirit of suicide is rampant among teens. Lord, use Bridget’s healing, and the process You took her through to reach many teens and their families. You are the Comforter, and we take everything that you offer us as we navigate through this earthly realm. Use us to bring others into Your love and peace and forgiving heart. Thank You.
    Bless you, Bridget! ~georgann

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