A Support Series for People Who Have Lost a Loved One to Suicide
When we lose a loved one dies by suicide, it feels like we will never be the same. And in truth, we won’t be. The grief will always be there, but we can heal and begin to build a life of love around the loss.
In our society, we often don’t talk openly about grief surrounding loss of a loved one to suicide. In this course, David Kessler compassionately leads you through this heart-breaking grief to help find peace and remember with more love than pain.
- David Kessler
Losing a loved one to suicide alters the rest of your life. In this series, we'll begin to process the loss as well as your reaction to begin to let go of some of the pain that keeps you stuck in the trauma.
When our loved one dies by suicide there are so many "what-ifs", questions and "if-onlys" on top of the grief. Together,we'll find ways to move beyond the confusion, anger, and guilt to make room for a legacy of love.
Creating a life after loss doesn't mean forgetting. Love never dies. In this series we will talk about ways to begin to find meaning as we move forward and consider life after loss.
An Online Course For People Who Have Lost a Loved One to Suicide
"Thank you for this compassionate and healing course. "
"I feel more settled and at peace (it’s all relative!) by joining this course. Thank you for helping me find a way to forgive, and to let go of the pain to make way for more love."
"Even with all of the training I have had in grief (I am a therapist), I am learning new things from this impactful course. I can begin to feel hope for the first time in a very long time. "
"I felt so isolated. What a relief to be in a place where we have all experienced this heartbreak and to know that there is a way to move forward. This course has made all the difference to me. Thank you!"
David Kessler is one of the world's foremost experts on loss and is founder of Grief.com. David's new book, Finding Meaning:The Sixth Stage of Grief, is named one of the top ten books for the fall by Publisher's Weekly. His previous books have been praised by Saint (Mother) Theresa, and Elisabeth Kübler-Ross. He coauthored two books with Louise Hay and Elisabeth Kübler-Ross.
Despite having spent much of his life teaching physicians, nurses, counselors, police officers and first responders about loss, nothing could prepare him for the death of his twenty-one-year-old son in 2016, David Jr. His work continues in honor of him.
When a loved one dies by suicide, it feels like we will never be the same. And in truth, we won't be. The grief will always be there, but we can heal and begin to build a life of love around the loss.