Anonymous asked

Hello, my life started rough with my father murdering my mother than sitting beside her as the house burnt up around them, I was nine then, 28 now, but understood and was told exactly what happened. A few weeks ago my older and closest brother shot himself. I have been dealing with many emotions and I have realized that if I am to move on I must forgive. I am not deeply religious but believe in religion . I need someone outside of my family to talk to but I am torn between a therapist and a preacher. Thank you for your time and concern.

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Insight Psychological Staff answered

I am very sorry for your loss, and I wish to extend my deepest sympathy to you and your loved ones. You are in the midst of one of the most painful experiences that a person can possibly endure. I admire your strength and courage to continue moving forward under such difficult circumstances. Naturally you will experience a range of emotions with the death of a loved one, and it may help you to know that reaching out for support is a significant aspect of the healing process.  

You have come to the right place for answers. Our therapists at Insight Psychological are qualified to address issues surrounding grief and loss, so it may be beneficial for you to contact a therapist today.

Sincerely, 

Ashley

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