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A Husband's Suicide

The Dividing Line chapter

By Jeanne Moren

This writing is one chapter from a book titled The Dividing Line. The book was written over a number of years and reflects on the passage of time since the death of the author’s husband in 1974. It addresses some of the issues that survivors might encounter.

Read the chapter here.

Comments

08/29/2020 at 12:28 PM
Carol McCoy
I lost my husband to suicide May 30,2020 that brought me to my knees. 2 weeks later my mother died. When my husbands funeral was over I checked my phone to find a voicemail saying my mother was on life support and was in renal failure. So not only did I lose Johnny I lost my mother. I’ve been able to process her death.. Johnnys not so much. I don’t know if losing the love of my life who had 1/2 of my heart and then my mother who had the other half is going to be bearable. How can you live without your heart. The pain of losing my husband to suicide is eating me alive inside . I don’t think I’m going to make it
05/19/2019 at 1:10 PM
Juanita J Allen
My husband suicide 3 years ago in our home , he comes to me in my dreams , at first I could tell he's mad , now when he comes it comforts me , I feel like I'm losing my mind
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