How does a family deal with a suicide that seems completely unexplained?
Dealing with death is hard at any time but when there are so many questions and very few answers as to why somebody dies, especially when they take their own life, what is the best way of dealing with this?
Seek the help of a grief counselor. Join a support group of people who have suffered a similar loss. Seek help from your pastor. Read books about grief. Write a letter to the deceased. Keep a journal. The "best" way of dealing with this is different for different people. Hope you can soon find what works to help you through this process.
This is a very hard question to answer as there are so many ways of dealing with suicide. One thing you must not blame yourself but talk to your family, friends, even the Emergency Service would have a support group for situations like this.
Even on-line there would be a support out there and they would not know who was asking the questions that is another way of trying to deal with the situation.
This link would take you to a list: http://online.supportgroups.com/ then the rest is up to you whether to join or not.
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