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November’s Anniversary of My Sweet Friend’s Suicide

“Ashes to ashes: we all fall down”: a year of mourning

Photo by Simon Berger on Unsplash

This piece is about feelings of loss following suicide. It is not at all graphic. For support around issues of suicide, call 800 273 8255 (National Suicide Prevention)

It is November again.

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We don't talk enough about mental health.

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Martha Manning, Ph.D.

Martha Manning, Ph.D.

Dr. Martha Manning is a writer and clinical psychologist, author of Undercurrents and Chasing Grace. Depression sufferer. Mother. Growing older under protest.

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