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  • Trish Turner – Ottawa, ON

    Thank you for writing this book and showing people the hidden side of the mental illness struggle. This book is a must read for everyone! Chris’ opening up of his own struggles with mental illness has enlightened me beyond words. I now have a new understanding of how truly difficult life can be for someone who suffers. No one should have to go through this. It is our responsibility, as human beings, to educate ourselves, and to be supportive of family members, friends, and neighbors who suffer daily. I can’t thank you enough, Chris! May God bless you always on your journey.

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  • Kevin Stemp, Ottawa

    “I read your book “Two Sides to the Story: Living a Lie” and couldn’t put it down.”

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  • Raymond Tremblay, Ottawa, ON

    I read your beautiful “Sally” and will definitely share it. It is very well written and contains a powerful message – THE INCREDIBLE VALUE OF COMPASSION. Chris is an entertaining and prolific author. I encourage all readers to purchase his two fantastic books. If you want to learn more about mental health and homelessness, these are the books to buy. Pure gems!

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  • Chris Topper – Ottawa, ON

    “Sally” was a powerful book! I read it to her last night and we both had tears in our eyes. Wonderful book and message! I wish you success and continued healing.

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  • Octavia La Prairie – Ottawa, ON

    My daughter and I read “Sally” and we loved it! The story was beautiful and the illustrations are breathtaking. She keeps it beside the bed and always says how much she loves it. A few tears were definitely shed! We were so moved by your beautiful book.

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  • Michelle Neville – Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario, Mental Health ASSIST Lead

    “Two Sides To The Story: Living A Lie” was really wonderfully written! You have a gift!

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  • Shawn Hunter – Ottawa, ON

    I bought “Two Sides To The Story” and read it in just a few days. Wow, what a life you and your parents and sister have lived! You’re all amazing! I then gave the book to my mother-in-law whose son has suffered like you but is afraid to open up, even with family. She read your book and cried and laughed and smiled. I have never bought a book before and enjoyed it so much, and then given it to someone else. You’re so strong for writing it, and sharing your story, and helping not only people who walk in your shoes, but their families and friends. All this to say … thank you, Chris!

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  • Sean Haughian – Ottawa, ON

    I want to say thank you for being so brave to share your story, “Two Sides To The Story”. So many people will be touched and benefit from hearing your story. Reading about your giving … inspired me even more. I hope you can give me the chance to give to you. I find it inspiring that even though you have had so much difficulty with things, your attitude and positive outlook on life has always shone through.

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  • Sandy Mussio – Belleville, ON

    When I started “Two Sides To The Story: Living A Lie”, I couldn’t put it down. What an amazing, incredibly gut-wrenching story it is. I can only imagine what a hard, long and difficult journey this has been for you, but I can’t tell you how proud I am that you had the courage and strength to tell your story and try to change the stigma around mental illness. Every journey begins with one small step and I wish you nothing but success. I will recommend this book to everyone I know, and if it helps one person to seek the help they need or change their attitude about mental illness, your book will have been a success.

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  • Chantal Robichaud – Montréal, QC

    Less than 19 hours, minus 8 hours of sleep and an hour or two of getting the kids ready for school and chores around the house. That’s how long it took me to read “Two Sides To The Story”. I was meant to catch-up on household things, but somehow your book called to me … so much for all that “catch-up” I was hoping to accomplish! I cannot even begin to try and capture what your book has meant to me.

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