You have a right and obligation to recover from grief just as other people do. In the instance of a loss to suicide, those left behind experience the obvious emotions of grief and pain. But often feelings of confusion, anger, and shame are present, as well, making the healing process even more difficult. Author, minister, and bereavement educator, Victor M. Parachin, offers guidance tailored to the unique needs of those enduring this particularly painful loss. He urges the reader to maintain a connection with compassionate friends and family, seek support from others who have been there, turn to faith and make time for prayer, and, ultimately, forgive the one who has died.
By Victor M. Parachin