PMMJ (cheetahmaster) wrote,

I heard it on NPR

A rough story, but well worth your time:

"Typically, in the wake of a suicide family members are devastated. Rates of depression in those left behind are much higher than when a loved one dies a natural death. So was it possible for Sandy to end her life without hurting the people around her? That was the question. For the Bems, the answer was to make Sandy's suicide a public process, a collective experience that Sandy and Daryl and the people they loved all went through together."

Tags: not news, two-fisted tales

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