“Suicide touches the lives of thousands of people who must deal with the agony and mystery of this tragic phenomenon...
In After Suicide Loss you are guided from the moment of personal impact...
Most of all, from this profound and important work you will feel comforted and you will have
Read this yourself and pass it on! You will be grateful that you did!”
Director Emeritus of the National Resource Center for Suicide Prevention and Aftercare at the LINK Counseling Center- Atlanta, Georgia.
Iris lost her son, Mitch, to suicide in 1977.
The first edition of this book has been praised by survivors and professionals alike. Now, it has been expanded from 75 to 150 pages. Co-authored by Dr. Baugher and Dr. Jack Jordan, this 2nd edition guides the family member through events and reactions that often occur during the first years following suicide and beyond. The new edition includes valuable information on helping children cope with a suicide, suggestions for coping over the long term, 11 stories written by people whose loved one died from suicide, and appendices on when to seek professional help, suggestions for supporting family and friends, and causes and risks of suicide.
Suicide Intervention and Prevention