Impact Of Suicide On The Survivor

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5 pages in length. The idea of prevention and the guilt inherent to not having done enough to avert suicide is the most apparent difference between how survivors experience the loss as compared with death by other means. Coping with death under any circumstances is a tremendous challenge often exacerbated by social expectations; when suicide is the cause of death, the element of the unknown swirls inside the minds of the survivors, often leaving a sense of defeat and self-blame in its wake. Bibliography lists 3 sources.