Book explores unexplored questions of those bereaved by suicide

Book explores unexplored questions of those bereaved by suicide

The loss of a loved one through suicide is one of the most difficult griefs to bear.

That is because the bereaved are tormented by so many questions about the death that has occurred and the prospect that those questions may remain unanswered.

In August 2019, counsellor and psychotherapist Pauline Cahillane published a book in which she attempts to give solace to those bereaved by suicide, based on her experience working as a Suicide Bereavement Liaison Officer and with the charity, Pieta.

The publication is called “Suicide: the 25 most commonly asked questions by the suicide bereaved” .

In it Pauline explores the tormenting questions that bereaved families struggle with in the aftermath of suicide.

The author’s hope is that anyone who has lost a loved one to suicide might get some answers in this book.

You can download the publication in ebook format via this link.

Further information on supports available locally for those who are struggling with grief is available HERE.