Someone you know and love has committed suicide. Along with the emptiness and sorrow, suicide adds many other painful reactions, such as, anger, guilt, betrayal, and many unanswerable questions. In Grieving a Suicide, author David Powlison offers practical strategies to point you toward God, who will help you live by faith through this tragedy. This mini resource is filled with Biblical advice on complicated counseling issues for pastors, counselors, and individuals. 19 pages from New Growth Press.
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Review 1 for Grieving a Suicide: Help for the Aftershock
This review is fromGrieving a Suicide, 5-Pack.
Date:March 22, 2013
Both friends and family were surprised when my grandnephew decided to take his life. I was initially concerned about his parents, his sister, his grandparents and his aunts. After the funeral I was also concerned about the cousins who were close to his age. I liked the coverage of feelings and dealing with the grief. I sent it to his dad, his sister, his maternal grandparents, and the cousin who wrote a poem for the service. I was thrilled to purchase the 5-pack.
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Review 2 for Grieving a Suicide: Help for the Aftershock
Date:March 13, 2012
Helpful but not exactly what I was expecting. Its a very short read. Some good tips but not that informative.