Helping the family following suicide
This chapter discusses in detail suicide, which occurs when a parent or a sibling decides to end his or her life. This kind of death can have devastating effects to those left behind. It is possible that the grief process can go awry when dealing with traumatic losses from suicide, which is why it is important that the impact of this certain mode of death should be understood and recognized in order to gain an idea of the adequate response to those who need help.
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