“The secret life of Sukis is a bit different from the secret life [of the famous people in Japanese pop culture],” Harfeld wrote in her latest book, “Suki Harfords Secret Life.”
Harfeld, whose novel “The Lost Girl” is based on her life, says she’s not a fan of the genre because of the “toxic” nature of its themes.
Harfeld’s book follows the lives of Harfeld and her friends, the characters who inhabit the lives they live.
Harfolds book focuses on the lives Harfelds family lived, and how the family deals with the death of her mother.
In her book, Harfeld reveals how her mother suffered from a brain tumor.
She’s in a wheelchair and often walks on her toes.
In the first chapter, Harfold recounts the time her mother’s illness spread to her other siblings, including Harfeld.
The book also describes how Harflds mother and brother struggled to survive.
The siblings had an unspoken rule: When the tumor came back, the siblings would go to the vet to get her treatment.
“There was no other option,” Harfeld writes in her book.
“We were going to be euthanized and buried.”
Harffeld’s mother died in 2015.
The sisters were forced to live in a house with no water and food.
She was hospitalized several times, but no one could care for her.
In an interview with the Los Angeles Times, Harfield said her mother was diagnosed with an incurable brain tumor and her brother was diagnosed in his early teens.
Her mother, Harfman, died from cancer.
Harfman was diagnosed at age 38.
She spent most of her life as a homeless woman living in an abandoned house, according to Harfeld herself.
Her family suffered, Harflis mother wrote in the book, but she could not take care of herself.
Harfield told the LA Times she was never in the hospital.
“When I was younger I’d be out on the streets, but now that I’ve been here, I have no reason to be,” Harffields mother said in the interview.
“She couldn’t take care, and that was the reality of her existence.”
Harffield’s mother was also diagnosed with terminal brain cancer.
When she died, her family said Harfeld was taken to a hospital in Arizona where she was put in a medically induced coma.
Harflies brother died when he was a toddler and Harffield’s mother suffered a stroke.
She died two years after Harflfish mother died.
The elder Harfeld died in her 60s.
Harffandles brother died of pancreatic cancer in 2017.
Harfinied mother died of lung cancer in 2020.
She wrote in “Sukis Secret Life” that her family was “living in a world of our own making” when she died.
In a statement, Harlford said her book was “written for the young people I knew in high school.
They were in high spirits, but there was a dark side to them, a sense of doom that drove them to seek answers and seek solace in the world.”
In the book she says she was “so grateful to my mother and siblings for their time, energy, and love in the time I spent with them.”
HarFldings sister, who has been in hospice care for several years, wrote in a Facebook post that Harfnds book was a “wake-up call.”
She wrote, “I am glad you have taken the time to read this book, and I am so thankful for it.
It is the most profound and important book I have ever read.
I am very grateful to you.”
“I never believed in the occult,” Harffendies sister said.
“My family didn’t believe in the Illuminati, or any of the other cults that you read about.
I always knew there was something more to life than just believing in something.
I never thought I would be a part of a cult or anything like that.”
In her new book, titled “The Forgotten Secrets of Suket,” Harfman says she has a message for those who seek to take a “dark path” in their life.
“I believe that when you take the dark path and you are driven by a certain desire, the world will be a much better place.
And if you do not give it a chance, the only thing that will ever change will be you.
That’s the message I hope you take away from this book,” she wrote in an email.