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A Force Unfamiliar to Me: All the Wrong Places: Klebold shares her experience and the insights and understanding she has gained in the hope that they may help other families recognize when a child is in distress. This book combines interviews with more than thirty sibling survivors all over the U.
The author, who lost her sister to suicide, presents interviews with fifty survivors that cover a wide range of issues, such as the press, stigma, guilt, anger, and rejection.
Separate sections offer perspectives on the deaths of mothers and fathers. Includes the reflections of four siblings on the shared loss of their mother. Living in the Wake of Suicide, survived the suicide of his mother.
Neither he nor his brother were told how she died, and both went on to confront their own struggles with depression, a disease that ran in their family. History of a Suicide: Writer Jill Bialosky was pregnant with her first child in when her year-old half-sister, Kim, took her life.
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This book is recommended for survivors who are further along in their grief. Newly bereaved survivors may find it overwhelming. Child psychiatrist Nancy Rappaport lost her mother to suicide at age four.
In the words of Dr. Who should read this book? Anyone who has lost a loved one to suicide; … anyone who wishes to support a suicide loss survivor; and above all, any and every mother who has lost a child to suicide.
My Son… My Son: Author Iris Bolton recounts the loss of her twenty-year-old son to suicide and provides advice for others who have experienced a similarly devastating loss. She explores the stigma of suicide loss, feelings of having failed as a parent, and ways to heal.
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