My uncle Steve never gave up on his daughter Farrah, my cousin, even during the toughest of times she led him through Steven never gave up on her and always went above and beyond for his daughter. Farrah had a heart of love and loved everyone. Her love for herself was blocked by the pressures of being a teenager in today’s world, she wanted to change her ways but the peer pressure and self doubt brought on by the drugs blocked her love for herself but her love for others never faded. Farrah had so many gifts Art, Music, Writing and singing but her lack of confidence in herself forced her to hide her talents but her story and struggles will impact thousands of kids that are facing her same demons right now. I truly believe Farrah’s story is going to help so many teenagers across the nation showing them that it’s not to late to change their direction, seek help to get them out of the emotional destruction zone they are currently in. Mental health is a serious sickness that is destroying the youth and we need to do more, we need to listen and we need to acknowledge it. Farrah was not alone, teenagers all over the world are going through the same pain that she was facing but it’s not to late for them and Farrah’s story is going to prevent teens from going down the wrong path all over the world.
Here is a news story about the incident and the beautiful heart Steven Rauch has.Father invites officers to funeral
Steven has been hit hard with the costs of burying his daughter that no parent should ever endure. Any type of donation will help even by donating words of encouragement or sharing this page will help tremendously. Thank you for reading, donating and sharing. Farrah’s story will live on forever and will help so many kids and families come together.
-Sean Bolis (Stevens Nephew)
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