Does being left behind cause feelings of anger or resentment? Do you think that leaving a letter could make these feelings any different? Is there anything the one you lost to suicide could have said before leaving that would have made this grieving process easier ... make things more understandable? Is there guilt or misunderstanding or anger that could somehow be lessened by words? If they said it wasn't about you... do you believe them? What would a letter say that would somehow make you ok and help you move through this grief and come to a place of understanding ... maybe not acceptance but understanding?
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