Have you lost a loved one to suicide?
You are not alone.
The road to rebuilding a life after traumatic loss is full of heartache and emotional ups and downs, but life will be worth living again. It is possible to become stronger, to heal, to find more compassion and drive. It is possible to be happy and to create a joyful and fulfilling new life that honors the memory of a loved one.
When people die by suicide, misunderstanding, conflicting emotions, and undeserved stigma and shame can paralyze those who love them. The material here encourages survivors to take one moment at a time, to take care of themselves, to find support, and to heal.
Way for Hope is intended to provide inspiration and encouragement based on the experience and research of its creator and contributors. The material on Way for Hope and associated platforms is not intended to be or to replace mental health care. Some issues surrounding traumatic grief and loss to suicide are too intense and personal to be addressed by non-professionals. Ask your primary care physician to recommend a mental health care professional near you.
Way for Hope website is not intended for those under 18.
If you are having thoughts of suicide, call the Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or Text “Hello” to 741-74. Outside the United States, find the number for your location at the International Association of Suicide Prevention: https://www.iasp.info/resources/Crisis_Centres/. There is help. There is hope.
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