The taking of one’s own life is one of the most shocking events of human nature. The finality of the act leaves us bewildered and full of questions. Why? How could this have happened? What was bothering this person so much? What more could I have done? What more should I have said? These are the questions of suicide’s survivors – those left in the wake of emotion and confusion after a loved one has taken his or her life. Written in part by one who has been there, this book examines this tragic event. Blending firsthand account of a recalled, final conversation, with honest observations on what it means to grapple with such a death, this booklet concludes with spiritual insights into suicide and how God works through all things – even surviving the suicide of a loved one.