I would have lost heart, unless I had believed that I would see the goodness of the Lord in the land of the living. Ps 27:13
After a Suicide:
On November 16, 1998 my first-born took his own life. I had no idea where to turn for help or how to survive the deep, debilitating pain I was thrust into. When a loved one suicides we are thrown into a tangled mass of emotion and confusion, with so many questions, and a pain that reaches so deep into your soul, it feels like it should be fatal. And then there’s “the movie” that relentlessly replays events, including conversations you had, over and over and over, as if somehow you’ll find a way to come out with a different ending. At Road2healing we “get it”. We understand first hand the depth of issues survivors have to work through because everyone in this organization is a fellow survivor. We’re here to help new survivors find the footing to start the journey toward healing. We’re also here for those that are years past the death, but still feel stuck and broken. You don’t have to live life broken. Let us help you. Click the Support tab above for more information.
Strength doesn't come from what you can do. It comes from overcoming the things you once thought you couldn't. ~ Rikki Roger
If you have attempted suicide, but lived, you are an Attempter. You are a Survivor if your loved-one has taken their own life.
Although we have many resources here to help you, if you are a veteran seeking help, please click on the Vets tab above so we can direct you to organizations that are more specific to your needs. We want to connect you with the best possible choices for you. On the Vets page you will find help for those that have lost buddies to suicide, as well as help for PTSD, suicidal vets, those having trouble transitioning, and help for their families.
In Loving Memory
“I’m almost done reading your book and ready to order more! My husband (not much of a reader) said this book has been the most help he has received since the beginning of all this and he is talking to me about it! Thank you!!” Sheri(For more information click on the book)