What Barbara Rubel, MS, BCETS, author, But I Didn’t Say Goodbye: Helping chidren and families after a suicide. www.griefworkcenter.com had to say:
"It has been twenty-five years since my father’s suicide and during that time I have heard many callous and insensitive remarks in regard to the way he died. At times, I was totally stumped by the comments. I wish I had Heidi Bryan’s book, Must be the witches in the mountains, to help me deal with the insensitive statements that irritated, perplexed, and hurt me through the years. Although communication is a basic skill, after a suicide, people are simply not taught what to say. If you feel clueless as to what to say or not say to the bereaved after a suicide AND if you are bereaved by suicide and are baffled by the absurd way people offer their condolence, this witty and humorous book is for you."