Suicide Loss

Losing a loved one to suicide is a particularly devastating kind of loss, one that research has shown is often experienced differently than deaths caused by illness or accident. No matter what your relationship was with the person who died, people who lose a loved one to suicide often experience a toxic mix of grief, shame, isolation and blame. The specific dynamics of suicide make it even more traumatic for surviving family members while society’s unease with death in general and suicide in particular often leave these family members to grieve and suffer alone.

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