"Welcome to my last day. I am Joshua McKenzie, 16 years old. I fluctuate between an internal rage at the ones I blame for me feeling like this, and sadness for myself for not being able to do anything about it. I'm not really scared, just sort of numb, sadness overwhelms me, no one has been there for me and no one is going to be there for me now. I loop the noose; I kick the chair. Fade to black..."
Joshua has been bullied to the point of suicide and in his final act wants those he feels are responsible to make things right.
Share the journey of those left behind to deal with Joshua's suicide and come up with solutions to prevent this from happening to others.
Policeman turned author Clint Adams opens up about his dealings with helping troubled youths and how it inspired him to write his latest book.
Clint Adams is an author, executive coach and suicide prevention advocate who designs resilience, leadership and mental health programs to implement in the workplace and in schools. To learn more about Clint, you can connect with him on LinkedIn and Twitter.