Evolve by Christopher Gundry
A Gay Man's Guilt With The Loss of His Son

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This is the true story of a family, devastated by the loss of their son by suicide, the causes of which are explored by the father, who is trying to make sense of how sexuality, family-relationship issues can cause tragic, unforeseen events. Events are shown kaleidoscopically, moving through Budapest, Manila, Boulder, Colorado, through the beaches of Malibu. Reverberating through the melody of a beat point of view, a unique vision emerges, that of the survival of the soul, despite all apparent odds, an honest look at emerging new trends in personal self acceptance, and a growing insight into possible prevention.

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CHRISTOPHER GUNDRY Christopher (Botsi) Gundry was born in Los Angeles in April 1977, and passed away September, 2010. He was a Seminarian at St. John's College, in Camarrillo, Ca. He received two Masters Degrees in Education from Loyola University, after deciding against the priesthood as a profession. He was married to his wife Jule for 6 years, and they had a daughter Eva, now 7 years old. They lived In Encino, Ca during the duration of their marriage. WILLIAM GUNDRY I have a B.A. in Philosophy, minor in English Literature. I recently experienced a personal tragedy in my family, namely the suicide of my youngest son. He was promised by my youngest daughter to publish his M.S which he completed prior to his death, which in turn was entrusted to me. So, as a matter of course, I write this story, overlapping his story, incorporating anecdotes, snippets from his life intertwined with mine. I have three other children and we are a close knit family, sharing this burden, trying to dissipate the pain without causing too much burden on each of us. I live and work in Los Angeles.
Published September 26, 2012 by AuthorHouse. 73 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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