The Empty Chair

The Journey of Grief After Suicide

by Beryl S. Glover

Time stands still for those who have lost a loved one to suicide. For a little while or a long while. Whereas the world whispers its regrets and then continues on, those in grief feel desperate and disconnected. Disconnected from their loved one in the middle of a sentence.

When a loved one completes suicide, the reaction to such a sudden and final act can sometimes delay the healthy grieving process. This book describes the grief process as it is experienced by a variety of people. The emotions and expressions of grief common to most people after the death of a loved one are addressed in alphabetical order, and offer stories and insights of fellow travelers. We call it the "glossary of oh-my-gods."

106 pages
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Empty Chair

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