When you are grieving the suicide loss of a loved one, your emotions can run high and low from one moment to the next. You are in turmoil and have been through a traumatic experience.
You may have anger amidst the tears and you probably have a lot of “why” questions running through your mind. As you begin to learn to live and cope with your loss, I have found an online article that gives helpful suggestions for survivors.
Some of these tips/suggestions may be helpful and some may not. No one can prescribe a solution or correct path for your journey through grief because it is your journey.
Bolton, Iris M. Suicidology.org. “Beyond Surviving: Suggestions for Survivors”. URL: http://www.suicidology.org/c/document_library/get_file?folderId=257&name=DLFE-454.pdf. Web. Accessed on 2012-08-13. (Archived by WebCite at http://www.webcitation.org/69twKWcwd)