Everybody has a story to tell, each of them is unique. Many may share similarities but there are many things that we do not see with our eyes. It's only when we look with our hearts that we can begin to understand who people really are. That is what Deb is trying to do... She looks at those around her with her heart instead of her eyes. In doing so, she sees what others either can't or won't. A vision in a dream that she has will help guide her on this path. With her loving persistence, she'll soon help others to see with their hearts. It won't be without its difficulties though. There was something in her dream/vision that helped to show her one special individual. A gentleman named Suicide, or at least that's how everyone knew him. Angry and forlorn, he pushes anyone away. Why though? As Deb and Ron (her husband) open up to him, the layers of anger around him begin to fall away. When the truth behind his story is revealed, it reveals much more than any of them could have imagined. This story digs deep into some matters that can be difficult for some to deal with. It challenges the viewer to look outside oneself. In doing so, it challenges many ideas that we have. Truly a heartwarming tale that is based on a true story, that will take you outside your comfort zone. Is that what you expect? Maybe not, but maybe, just maybe, that might be a good thing.