Muse & Meander

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Catastrophic Grief

“Catastrophic grief…is a little bit different than just the normal grief.”  Kay Warren‘s son died by suicide in 2013.  She knows what she’s talking about here. It’s applicable to anyone grieving, but especially to those left behind by suicide or other tragic and unexpected circumstances.

Please take six minutes out of your day to watch. If you’ve not been affected personally in such a way, her words can help you support someone who has.

 

 

We’ve been to hell and back.
    We’ve nowhere to turn, nowhere to go.
Lamentations 3:47,    The Message

 

 

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This entry was posted on May 14, 2014 by in Suicide Prevention and tagged , , .

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