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Finding Peace Without All The Pieces Read â 104 Ý Launched with a powerful narrative thrust of the suicide of her son in 1978 LaRita Archibald leads the reader from the initial trauma of violent death through the ragged brutal and unknown psychological and emotional landscape that must be traversed to find eventual peace Using lessonLaunched with a powerful narrative thrust of the suicide of her son in 1978 LaRita Archibald leads the reader from the initial trauma of violent death through the ragged brutal and unknown psychological and emotional landscape that must be traversed to find eventual peace Using lessons learned from decades of work with suicide bereaved LaRita helps survivors of suicide loss have a framework for understanding the complexities of suicide grief and the reassurance that what they are experiencing is normal for what they have experienced She gives names to the unsettling experiences of 'phantom pain' and 'flashbacks' and validates feelings of anger responsibility frustration even relief as well as the need to search for answers reasons and cause By addressing the concept of 'choice' and the impact of relligious beli. I read this one in less than 24 hours which is rare for me these days things like work and life often get in the way of sustained reading time LaRita should be an inspiration to any of us who like myself do extensive clinical work with survivors of suicide She has lived through so much and her story along with the many others she presents in this book gives invaluable insight into what it's really like to lose someone to the sometimes terminal illness that is depression If you have any interest in suicide buy this book It's definitely affordable especially for your Kindle If you don't have any interest in suicide still buy it it'll show you why you SHOULD care about this very real public health issue I can't recommend it highly enough

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Efs misconceptions and age old bias LaRita helps uncover layers of cultural influence that often create barriers to healling She shares anecdotes of military suicide loss the compounded tragedy of murdersuicide and multiple suicide loss and how those left behind gained the strength to work through the extreme circumstance of their tragedies She offers practical advice for protecting the parents marriage after a child's suicide for meeting needs of bereaved children and for taking care of one's physical emotional and spiritual self during acute grief She acknowledges the evolvement of a 'new normal; the adjustment to the physical and social environment suicide grievers must make to live beyond the death of their loved one and as well to live with the fact of suicide as the cause of the death LaRita offers the re. Helpful and comforting

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Finding Peace Without All The PiecesAder suggestions for moving from being a victim to a survivor and eventually a thriver In her book Finding Peace Without All The Pieces LaRita Archibald helps the reader place the pieces of their own loss into a mosaic that brings hope and healing just by reading it She extends the promise that the overwhelming anguish of today will eventually subside into manageable sorrow that the suicide of one dealy loved IS survivable and there is healing and peace waiting in the future She takes the hand of suicide bereaved lending the strength of her own healing as she helps them cross crevasses of deep suffering and tread the rugged paths through mountains of grief toward a plateau of peace All the while she comforts and encourages telling them Follow me dear survivor I've made this bitter journey I will show you the wa. Provides some comfort after a tragedy Easy to digest despite difficult material Some sections are a little too religious though