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November 27, 2021

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Radical Self-Care for Survivors of Suicide Loss

Self-care is never a selfish act — it is only good stewardship of the only gift I have, the gift I was put on earth to offer others.

– Parker J. Palmer –

Radical Self-Care for Survivors of Suicide Loss

“What does self-care mean, and what does it involve? Simply put, it implies — physical, emotional, psychological, social and spiritual care. The very idea of survivors of suicide loss practicing self-care can seem radical. The stigma, shame, secrecy and silence that a survivor faces invisibilizes, erases and marginalizes any of their valid concerns. Equally relevant, most survivors themselves feel they are not entitled to any form of supporteither from themselves or from others. As someone who had just survived suicide loss, Cheryl Richardson’s The Art of Extreme Self-Care was a milestone in my path toward recovery and healing. ” Nandini Murali, author of “Left Behind: Surviving Suicide Loss,” shares more. { read more }

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