Talking about your grief experience can be beneficial in helping you deal with the emotions that arise after losing someone to suicide.
Family and friends can provide emotional and practical support but there may come a point where you may need extra support.
Whether you ask for extra support and at what point you do so is different for everyone. There is no ‘normal’ timetable for grieving and different types of support work for different people.
Finding the professional with the right skills and experience can be difficult.
Click on the signposts below for more information on the different types of support and how to find a suitable support for you.