How Katie Price’s Best Friends Can Save You From Suicide: Katie Price Gets Personal in the Book of the Year
A new book has helped Katie Price save her best friends from suicide, according to her best friend Stephanie Slater.
Slater shared her personal story on the cover of the new book, “A Woman’s Life,” during a Facebook Live chat with The Huffington Post.
“Katie’s a very sweet, strong, caring woman.
She is my best friend, and I have known her for a long time,” Slater told HuffPost.”
My mom and I were friends for 14 years.
She was a good person, and she would take me out and help me through tough times, and sometimes, that meant helping me kill myself.
She really was a big part of my life.”
Slater, a mother of two, said she has not been able to work since March 10.
She had been scheduled to appear on the show “60 Minutes” with Diane Sawyer, but Sawyer had to cancel the interview after Katie died of a heroin overdose.
“It was a horrible loss.
She meant so much to me.
I’m still very close to her, and we will be together forever,” Slaters said.
The book has been praised by friends and fans for its honesty and sensitivity.
“The book is really honest, and it’s really honest about what Katie went through, and how she was able to overcome it,” said a friend, who requested anonymity.
“It’s a really touching story.
Katie’s got a really strong heart.
I love how she handled that.”
Slaters and her bestie Stephanie, who was 13 at the time, met in high school, according the book.
They started dating in 2010, and they were roommates at the University of Washington in Seattle, where they shared a dorm.
“They always shared a laugh, and Katie’s a great person,” Slate told HuffPost in a phone interview.
“I love Katie.
She’s so funny, she’s a real person, she has a heart, she loves animals, she loved reading and reading and she loves making people laugh.
She loves to have a good time and have a laugh.”
Slates and Stephanie, now 22, were friends from high school until she was 19.
Slater said that she and Stephanie got into a fight in her senior year of high school.
Stephanie told the Seattle Times that Katie and Katie had gotten into a “serious argument” after she asked Stephanie to leave a group photo.
“She just wanted to get away from me,” Slates said.
“She said, ‘I hate you.’
She started hitting me, and then we got into it.
We ended up punching each other and I just remember it happening.
I just went down on my knees and she started grabbing my hair, and the next thing I know, I’m in a car with my legs pinned behind me.”
Slate said that the argument eventually escalated into a fistfight.
“Her hand came up and she just grabbed my arm and I hit her and she hit me and it just got worse,” Slat said.
Slaters told The Huffington Press that she was shaken and confused by the fight.
She said she called Katie and told her that she had a headache and needed to go to the hospital.
“When I called her, she said, `OK, you have a headache, come here and I’ll get you an ambulance,’ and then she left,” Slats said.
“After that, I didn’t want to talk to Katie, I just didn’t talk to her.”
Slat said that Katie didn’t respond to her texts and phone calls.
She also said that Stephanie and Katie didn, in fact, get into a physical fight on the night Stephanie was hospitalized.
“But Stephanie was just so hurt, and when Katie called her that night, Stephanie was devastated,” Slato said.
She also said she and Katie got into the fight in a park, and Stephanie tried to pull Katie away from Stephanie.
“We were both in this really emotional state and Katie just was like, ‘Get away from my friends.
Don’t ever touch me again,'” Slater recalled.
Slates said that after Katie called 911, Stephanie ran to the ambulance to get help.
“As soon as Stephanie came into the ambulance, Katie was like I can’t do this.
I’ve got to do this, Stephanie, I’ve gotta do this,” Slator said.
When Stephanie arrived, Slater was in a critical condition and was rushed to a hospital.
She said that when she arrived at Harborview Medical Center, the hospital staff was very shocked by the events.
“This is something that has happened in the hospital, this has happened at a hospital, and now we’re seeing it in the news,” Slatin said.
A spokesperson for the Seattle Fire Department confirmed to The Huffington Pundit that Stephanie was treated and released from the hospital the same day she arrived, but said the exact details of