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Not an easy journey: Living in the aftermath of suicide

March 21st, 2016 | Posted by vimhsadmin in news & views


Matt Dunae credits his friends – and particularly his now-wife – for sticking with him through the darkest times no matter how hard he tried to alienate them

It’s not hard to compare suicide to a bomb. Like a bomb, suicide happens with abrupt violence, obliterating the centre and leaving a gaping hole. Like a bomb it creates a jagged pile of rubble that survivors are forced to pick through and repair in its wake.  Read the rest of this article at Nanaimo News Bulletin…
Image credit: John McKinley, Nanaimo News Bulletin

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