Darah shares what motivated her to pen the memoir and defines the message she wants to share with the world.
Darah challenges survivors of suicide loss to reach for new heights in their own lives at NSU’s Out of the Darkness Walk.
Darah Zeledon is the devoted mom of five and wife of one. When she’s not mothering or “wife‐ing,” she’s a suicide prevention activist, author, inspiring speaker, life coach, and trained group facilitator. Darah’s completely fluent in Spanish, holds a B.S. in Psychology, M.A. in International Relations, and is a Certified Life & Success Coach (CLC, CPSC). She joined The Miami Herald’s MomsMiami as a featured blogger in 2010, began writing for the print publication, The Parent Notebook in 2011 as their family editor and founder of the witty and provocative “This Parenting Gig” column, and worked as an editor and features columnist with the South Florida monthly newspaper, the Happy Herald.
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