Healing After the Suicide of a Loved One
Ann Smolin, John Guinan
While every individual becomes a suicide survivor in his or her own way, there are experiences that are
common to many. To make the healing path less isolated and frightening, Healing After The Suicide of a
Loved One provides markers and practical insights garnered from those who have journeyed before. Chapters
of the book give specific attention to the suicide deaths of parents, children, spouse and siblings. The
chapter on Pitfalls of The Healing Process is exceptional. Readers will also find interesting case studies
and a well constructed directory of suicide support groups nationwide.