Coping with Your Grief New Second Edition. By Bob Baugher, Ph.D. and Jack Jordan, Ph.D.
From ‘To The Reader’:
Someone you love or know — a family member, a friend, a colleague at work — has died from suicide.
This booklet was written to help you understand some of what you may experience during the next several months. It is not intended to tell you how to feel or what to do. You did not ask for this tragic event to take place in your life. You may be saying to yourself, “I don’t want to read anything that will remind me of this event.” We offer this information to help you cope with what may be the most traumatic event of your life. The material is arranged chronologically: common experiences during the first few days, weeks, and months, followed by the first full year and beyond. We close with Appendices which list valuable resources and other useful information.
“As a survivor of my 20 year-old son’s suicide, it would be my dream that everyone who must cope with the suicide of a loved one be given this book guide them through the trauma. It is practical and complete in helping with issues from the first few days, to the first year and beyond. A must read for everyone! A gift to us all!” – Iris Bolton, MA
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