By Beth Harrison St. Amand. Edited by Dolly Gudder. Cover and format design by Mark St. Amand. Cover and content art by Gregory St. Amand
For my beloved son and for all the Gregs in the world, this book is my contribution to the suicide discussion. It is my sincere hope that it will encourage comfortable conversations about suicide, particularly among parents and children. Thank you for reading Greg’s story.
FIND GREGORY ST. AMAND: What happened to my son? is a brave and important memoir exploring the complicated subject of suicide through a mother’s journey to seek an answer to her question, “What happened to my son?” After her son’s death, Beth Harrison St. Amand begins to understand how unaware parents are about the risk for suicide in children, and how misinformation contributes to the problem. She turns to research, psychiatry, and suicide prevention programs and organizations for information as she reviews her son’s life, and in the process, confronts her own subconscious misunderstandings about suicide. Honest, powerful, and unflinching, the memoir is a wake-up call, particularly for parents, challenging us to pay attention to suicide’s broad picture, to lessen the stigma, and to talk openly about suicide in order to help save lives.
Psychologists and counselors recommend the book for older youth and adult audiences as a means to encourage dialogue on the subject of suicide and to encourage those who think about suicide to reach out for support and treatment.


Five Star rating on AmazonNookiTunes


Beautiful, gutsy, helpful book. –Reader
This important book deserves wide readership. –Dr. Richard Harris, professor of psychological sciences, Kansas State University
…everyone training to be a provider needs to read this. –Dr. Michael Welsh, clinical psychologist
Your book hits the nail on the head. –Suicide loss survivor, parent
There were moments I had to reread the chapter or a few paragraphs because they were so profound. –Reader
I was so angry at my niece, but now I understand. Your book helped me so much. –Suicide loss survivor, aunt
Reviews on Amazon, NookiTunes
In Find Gregory St. Amand the recourses are invaluable, Beth Harrison St. Amand’s words are honest and heartfelt, and are a beautiful tribute to her son. This book needs to find its way in to many more hands. Find Gregory St. Amand could save a life or  even comfort someone who has already lost a loved one. Five stars – Inspirational!  –Jennifer Hass, Reader Views
 A Reader Views 2014/2015 Literary Award winner (link inactive)
Review on Kim’s County Line