By Bronwyn Donaghy
At 15 Anna wooden went to a celebration and took an ecstasy capsule. 3 days later she was once lifeless. A lifestyles destroyed. A kin devastated. She used to be simply fifteen. She was once leaving institution to begin the activity of her desires. She used to be attractive, she had a loving relatives and numerous associates. but on 21 October 1995, Anna wooden took an ecstasy pill at a dance get together and died 3 days later. A lifestyles destroyed, a kinfolk devastated, a group in surprise. Bronwyn Donaghy interviewed acquaintances, relatives and diverse pros to be able to write the tale of the conditions surrounding Anna′s dying and of her family′s determination to aim and switch tragedy right into a optimistic strength for stable. it's a tale of our occasions, a narrative with robust resonances for Anna′s new release and their mom and dad, for counsellors, medical professionals and academics, for a person who values the sanctity of existence. three i've got taken every kind of gear, probably not figuring out what they have been and why I did it. Then i discovered this publication. I vowed by no means to take medicines back yet it′s only a disgrace it took the lifetime of a stunning, proficient woman to make me realize how harmful it was.′ BC, elderly 17, New South Wales i haven't attempted illicit medications and even though i used to be curious to take action ... the knowledge supplied during this e-book has scared me clear of that forever.′ LO, elderly sixteen, Western Australia ҵre, I′ve had ma and pa provide me lectures approximately now not popping up and stuff however it didn′t rather have an effect on me until eventually I learn Anna′s tale and realised what they do to dull humans similar to me.′ AE, elderly 15, Queensland
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At 15 Anna wooden went to a celebration and took an ecstasy pill. 3 days later she was once lifeless. A lifestyles destroyed. A kin devastated. She was once simply fifteen. She was once leaving college to begin the task of her desires. She used to be appealing, she had a loving family members and numerous associates. but on 21 October 1995, Anna wooden took an ecstasy pill at a dance social gathering and died 3 days later.
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