Q&A What Advice Do You Have for Healing from Suicide after Disclosure?

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This past July my Uncle committed suicide only weeks after he found out that my Aunt had discovered his secret life of sexual addiction and possible affair. Before he took his life my Aunt begged for him to tell her the truth. She had proof of the infidelity, to which he emphatically denied most, if not all, allegations. He never gave my Aunt any details, timeline, or any real truth at all before he took his life. He just simply wanted her to forgive him for any wrong he had done and keep fighting for their marriage; My Aunt was not able to accommodate his wishes at that time, or before he chose to selfishly take his life. Now my Aunt and their four adult kids are left with no answers, no understanding, and are having a hard time knowing where to even start with their healing. Good counselors have been hard to find for them. Is there any advice you could give?

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