Anthony gives us an inside look, unflinching and raw, at her son's
sudden bout with depression and alcoholism at the outset of young
adulthood. Coincidentally, her family, and neighboring families, had
been experiencing various paranormal events that may have contributed
to emotional instability that resulted in three suicides on the
street, including her son's.
through the pages of this compelling memoir, which depicts in
absolute transparency the devastating effects of a dual diagnosis
(alcoholism and mental health disorders), are the disturbing and
corroborated events relating to the demonic infestation that impacted
this portion of the neighborhood. The author accompanies these
revelations with her personal faith journey, laying down a parallel
track that reveals the role an unrelenting faith in God played in her
a time in history when the rates of addiction, mental illness, and
suicide are escalating, My 13th Station offers essential insights and
valuable information for parents and young adults to carefully
consider. Through this intimate account of tragic loss, Ms. Anthony
delivers a powerful message about the reality of spiritual warfare
and, ultimately, the power of faith. Inspiring in her pain, Ms.
Anthony provides the reader with authenticity, even at the expense of
acknowledging her own mortal flaws. Her story is riveting and
sorrowful, yet, in spite of this mother's profound grief, leaves us
with a soaring sense of hope and renewal.