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Take the Step: Live with Suicide Death

You are experiencing agony. Your loved one took their own life. It is something you never imagined, never wished, never wanted. You are shocked, heartbroken, confused, sad, and angry. Maybe you are feeling so many things you don’t know how to do anything or how to express it. You are frozen or are in denial. This grief is unimaginable. There aren’t words to truly describe how you feel. Do you want to find hope again? Because you can. Join our “Living with a Suicide Death” Grief Support Group.

Why join “Living with a Suicide Death” Grief Support Group?

You may be hesitant to become vulnerable with your grief. We understand. Opening up and wanting to talk about what you experience on such a deep and personal level can be a daunting task. It can be nerve-wracking and terrifying. But it can be freeing. It can allow you to express yourself, cope, and experience it with others who may be going through the same thing. Here are three ways you can find peace by joining the group. You can:

  • Feel less isolated by sharing experiences with others who understand from personal experience.
  • Experience a place to speak openly and where people will listen without judgment and truly understand.
  • Encounter an opportunity for loss survivors to learn from each other.

There really is nothing to lose by going to this support group. Everyone is experiencing something on the same level as you, and you can only help each other by being there for one another. Think of it as an opportunity.

Thanks, but no

So, you are still unsure about joining our “Living with a Suicide Death” Grief Support Group. Maybe you don’t find it necessary to share what you are experiencing in grief. Maybe you prefer to keep it to yourself or don’t want to think about it. If you are going through this aftermath, you deserve to have support. You should not feel like you have to move on. You need a helping hand in this sadness. Have you felt stuck, or want to get out of the dark hole of grief? Do you feel like nobody understands? Are you angry with what happened, confused, or extremely sad and lost? In other words, we know how you are feeling. That’s why we want to help.

How to join “Living with a Suicide Death” Grief Support Group?

If you are experiencing this, you deserve support. To become a part of  “Living with a Suicide Death” Grief Support Group, you only have to follow these steps.

  1. Click the link for more information.
  2. Call Julia Rajtar, Bakken-Young Grief Support Coordinator, with questions at 715-781-4003.
  3. Come to the in-person group from 6:00 – 7:30 PM.

This group will meet once a month. You can live after experiencing this tragic loss. We are here for you.

Living with a Suicide Death

When you join our “Living with a Suicide Death” grief support group, you can take a breath. You can find hope and talk with others who are going through this exact situation. You will experience a judgment-free setting. This is the chance for you to cope with loss and to be understood. No one should have to experience what you are going through alone. Because you are not alone.

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