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In darkening days, survivors of suicide unite

IntlSurvivorsofSuicideLossDay11.22.14Thousands of survivors of suicide loss will gather together around the world Saturday for mutual support and practical guidance on coping with grief.

While no one chose to walk this journey of being a survivor of suicide loss, we can find comfort and hope by being with others who understand.

Every 40 seconds someone in the world dies by suicide.

Every 41 seconds someone is left to make sense of it.

If you have lost someone to suicide and you live in greater Boston or southeastern Massachusetts, please join us for a supportive program Nov. 22 at Hope Floats Healing & Wellness Center in Kingston, Ma., from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm.

The programs is sponsored by Hope Floats, Cranberry Hospice and Palliative Care, and the Plymouth County Suicide Prevention Coalition, at 4 Elm Street, Kingston.

Gathering and sign in @ 2:00

Opening Circle @ 2:15

Snacks and Coffee served

Closing Ceremony 5:00

For more information or to register: Paul 617.312.0767 or visit Hope Floats.

In the city, Boston University will observe the day with a program featuring personal testimonies of healing and hope, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at at the George Sherman Union Terrance and Ziskand Lounges. The event is free and open to the BU community.

The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s 16th Annual International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day will be held Saturday, November 22, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the George Sherman Union Terrace and Ziskand Lounges.


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