A Quiet Strong Voice
A Voice of Hope amidst Depression, Anxiety, and Suicidal Thoughts
About the Book
A Quiet Strong Voice is a raw, honest exploration of a torturous journey through depression, anxiety, and multiple suicide attempts. It also serves as a valuable toolbox of thought-provoking questions, steps, and resources.
“Thank you so much Lee for sending copies of A Quiet Strong Voice to us for the Men at Risk program. I started reading it and I couldn’t put it down! It is so inspiring to hear about the depths of your illness and how you worked on your recovery. It is a very hopeful, heart-felt story that will reach people who are suffering or who have been there in the past. You write so well that I could picture you in the settings you describe. I also really appreciate the Chapter 7 to the End Notes, making your book very practical for people to use. The other staff and Executive Director at SPRC are very impressed as well. ”
Barbara Campbell, RSW
Men at Risk Program Coordinator , Suicide Prevention Resource Centre, Grande Prairie, AB.
“Lee Horbachewski’s book is a beacon of hope to those who are experiencing the darkness of depression, anxiety or thoughts of suicide. Those who are struggling and those who care for someone who is suffering will find inspiration, hope, and a wealth of resources in this book. With ruthless honesty and deep compassion for herself and others Lee shares her story and reminds us all of the choice to open again and again to learning and life.”
Oriah Mountain Dreamer, Author of The Invitation
“A profoundly helpful, heartfelt and authentic book by a brave and beautiful soul. An opus of overcoming! There are many books written about depression but very few cut to the heart of the matter like this one. Highly recommended!”
Jeff Brown, author of ‘Soulshaping’.
About the Author
Lee Horbachewski is a certified professional coach through Erickson College International. She has delivered her message of courage and advocacy as a speaker to thousands of people. Through her personal experience and those of many of the people she has worked with, she believes the first step in starting the healing journey is to feel heard, loved, and accepted—beginning with self. She is a quiet strong voice of hope, inspiration and authenticity for millions of people impacted by mental illness. Lee lives with her husband and two daughters in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.