The suicide of someone you love is one of the hardest things you’ll ever experience. Sometimes the most challenging part of it is dealing with the discomfort of others who seem incapable of knowing what to say or do. Grieving is a process that takes time. You can best help someone dealing with a loved one’s suicide by being non-judgmental, having a listening ear, and assisting them to re-establish a healing routine. Being Non-Judgmental Many people have conflicted feelings about suicide. Some view it as a mortal sin; others see it as the person’s choice and thus not as tragic
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