Natalie, Debbie, Loz and myself are taking on this challenge because in November, our darling girl Lianne sadly took her own life. A daughter, Twin, Auntie and Friend, She was ‘gorgeous’ in all respects. She was not only a pretty young lady with an amazing figure, she was truly gorgeous as a personality. For a lot of us she made the world go round especially for Natalie (her twin) and her Mum. Any one who experienced just the true beauty of who Lianne was as a person will understand how much of a loss we are all suffering. She was a bubbly girl who’s sunny personality lit up the most dull of days. It was such a great gift that she had, we really are so truly lucky to have got to spend the time we had with our girl. Lianne was such a selfless person who would do anything to help others, so strong, independent, clever and caring. Her zest for life was amazing and that was so infectious. She could light up the darkest of rooms with her smile and that is something we will never forget. She had so much love to give especially to her mum, sister and her Nephew Koby. Lea really did have her whole life ahead of her but sadly, we wont be able to share her future with her.
So for now, we have to look back on all our beautiful memories with her with a smile and hope to god we can help others so they do not end up in the same position Lianne did.
Our Darling Angel, In the words of your mum, Just always keep on shining, Like the brightest star, I know you are!
Mental health is a serious disease and just because you cant see it does not mean it isn't existing, for people who take there own life it leaves the people left behind completely devastated with so many unanswered questions. We want to raise as much money possible to help the people that are suffering and help them realise there can be another way out other than suicide. Lianne showed absolutely no signs of even contemplating taking her own life, let alone actually doing it!
Please help us by donating whatever you can to a much needed cause.
Mental health matters and it really is ok to not be ok - Please talk to someone if you need help and do not be ashamed!!