Welcome home! Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
if you have any difficulty logging in or using the site. New registrations
must be manually approved which may take up to 48 hours. Can't log in?
Try clearing your browser's cookies.
I have been struggling to know how to cope with the aftermath of the death of a close loved one...
My father died, choosing to leave, less than a year ago and it seems I cannot allow myself to make much personal progress past it, emotionally. I feel a deep attachment to the thought, sadness behind the fact that he is gone, have moments where I am completely absorbed in the loss of him. He was the last and only family I had, and while I feel more empathy and compassion towards others since he has died, I feel I lack it for/pertaining to myself. I have not seen a lot of material dealing with this particular type of event, specifically suicide death survival, and was wondering if anyone had insight, suggestions, etc?
Obviously I am aware of grief counseling, as well as group settings, but thought I would inquire in the forum.