In 2008, the publicity woman and writer Cris Guerra released the book "Para Francisco" (For Francisco), in which she introduces her son, the father he did not know (Guilherme died at the end of Cris's pregnancy). In this unpublished article she tells about her experience with birth and the grieving process at the same time.
Silvia Amelia de Araújo, a journalist, was only 2 years old when her father died. Unlike the older siblings, she did not immediately understand the news about the death, but as she explains in this exhilarating account, she felt the absence so strongly that grieving ended up being part of the formation of her identity
"Pablo has started his farewell letter with a sentence: “Life goes on without me”. And life goes on- not exactly without him because he occupies a big space” Who writes this sensitive, brave and inspiring story, about the death of Pablo, who suicide a month and 3 days before his 24 year-old birthday is the consultant and Philosophy Doctorate student, Andres Bruzzone , his father.