By Kelly Graham, MSW, RSW
The loss of someone close to you is never easy. When this loss occurs by suicide, it can add another layer to the grieving process. Just today, 10 people in Canada will commit suicide, 200 will attempt to, and millions of people will have suicidal thoughts. While some people are more at risk for committing suicide, such as people who have experienced trauma, it does not discriminate and can affect anyone. For every person that dies, there are people they leave behind who have to deal with the after effects.
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