Caiti Crum, graduate of the Wright Institute's Counseling Psychology Program and Adjunct Professor, wrote an article called "September . . . Reflections about Suicide Prevention Awareness Month," which has been posted on the website of Foresight Mental Health, where she serves as the VP of Therapy.

"Being a survivor of a loved one’s suicide is a unique grief. Often displaced by distance, the wear of confusion, guilt, and the inability to do anything more to help, survivors of suicide are left with unresolved questions that make us feel powerless. Metabolizing grief as a survivor of suicide is a unique process due to the absence of conclusive, rationale explanations. We simply have to let go of searching for the “why” and find other meaning."

Read the full article here.