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IDEA: I read this book 3 times before fully digesting it.
Authors Cox and Arrington have written this warm and lucid and often very personal book to help in the coping with these aftershocks.
Easy to read and informational book for anyone who has losed a loved one to suicide, I highly recommend it to anyone!
A friend gave me this when our son died and it was a real comfort to me as it let me work through what I was feeling in ways that my family could not understand, Unless you have... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Anna M. Stidham
I lost my wife to suicide this past december. This book is a God send as far as helping myself and my family. Everyone needs to read this book . explaind alot. Read morePublished 14 months ago by William Parker
fast delivery and very empathetically helpful, glad i found it on your site. good one to feel "normal" in the present and heal in the future maybe or come to forgive... Read morePublished 14 months ago by barbara
I am a suicide survivor. I don't like "rating" someone else's experience, because each of us is different. Read morePublished 15 months ago by B. Ross
Easy to read and informational book for anyone who has losed a loved one to suicide, I highly recommend it to anyone!Published 16 months ago by Monica A Headrick
Aftershock: Help. Hope and Healing in the Wake of Suicide is a very comforting book for grieving family that are left behind after a suicide tragedy.Published 20 months ago by KH
My husband took his life. I have been asking why. I got some answers going thru papers after he died. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Babs
While this book was somewhat helpful after my father's suicide, I found "Grieving a Suicide", by Albert Hsu, to be much more helpful from a Christian perspective. Read morePublished on December 1, 2010 by Sandy S
I am about half way into this book, and feel a very strong need to comment before I even finish. This book is one more place that a person who is gay and possibly suicidal, will... Read morePublished on October 27, 2010 by karin johnson