Death by suicide impacts those left behind in brutal ways that can take an enormous toll on one’s wellbeing, family, and safety. What can we do to confront our grief?
After an enormous loss, a fleeting feeling of happiness can startle you and even make you feel guilty. Can you accept it?
There’s nothing like tragedy to sift out your real friends from the rest of the chaff in your life.
Maria, a counselor, took care of everyone else and did not appear to be depressed–until she shot herself in the head and died at her first suicide attempt.
The guilt that follows the suicide of a loved one can engulf and overwhelm you.
A grieving mother discovers that she can no more hold in the words about her son’s death than she could have stopped from giving birth to him.
New blog addresses suicide loss without minimizing or glamorizing suicide or blaming those impacted by it.