The loss of a loved one, friend, or even a colleague is never easy. Whether the loss is directly personal or not, it generally gives pause to reflect… for thought about that person, their life, and of course our own mortality. What if the loss was a decision taken by the person in question – to end their own life, with their own hand? Every one of these deaths leaves an estimated six or more ‘suicide survivors’ – people who’ve lost someone they care about deeply, and are left with their grief and struggle to understand why it happened. Our guests this week are psychiatrist Prof Mark Goldblatt, and grief counsellor Mariska Nel. In proud association with¬†Adcock Ingram OTC Sponsors of Brave.

 

 

The Trauma of Loss

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