Tuesday March 31, 2020

TV review: Survivors of another’s death

The difficult thing about coping with suicide is that the person who’s dead isn’t there to answer the questions worrying away at those left behind.

14th March, 2009

The difficult thing about coping with suicide is that the person who’s dead isn’t there to answer the questions worrying away at those left behind.

You’d like to prop them up in a chair and ask them why the hell they did it. And then ask them the other question that won’t go away, that’s maybe even more corrosive: ‘‘What could we have done to stop you?”...

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