The Suicide Prevention Lifeline number is 1-800-273-8255
In this Part II episode we build on the conversation of Part I in Episode 9. We are weeks further into the #COVID19 pandemic and continue our review of statistics and trends surrounding this type of loss, particularly with social distancing and isolation. Numbers and trends only tell part of the story. Guilt is an emotional experience that accurate or not can cause a suicide survivor to bear responsibility and shame for things they have absolutely no control over. As a suicide survivor Marshall gives heartfelt insight and advice that anyone feeling the weight of guilt from the loss of a loved one should not miss.
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Marshall Adler and Steve Smelski, co-hosts of Hope Thru Grief are not medical, or mental health professionals, therefore we cannot and will not give any medical, or mental health advice. If you, or anyone you know needs medical or mental health treatment, please contact a medical or mental health professional immediately. The Suicide Prevention Lifeline number is 1-800-273-8255