Bipolar Love

05/17/2021 Frédéric Lebeuf 0

Vegas, New York, Dubai, Asia, Hawaii, Australia, Morocco, Mexico… The globe-trotting singer-songwriter Izabelle never thought that one day she’d find herself in a toxic relationship tainted by episodes of conjugal violence. This artist freed herself by writing the song Bipolar Love. By Frédéric Lebeuf Now […] See more

Phases of the Mourning Process; Shock

05/04/2021 Raymond Viger 2

At first the mourner is in shock. He/she will continue to live a normal life. The suicide won’t have made make much of a psychological impact, from all outward appearances. In reality, the mourner hasn’t accepted what has happened as a real fact. He/she can’t […] See more

Mourning a Suicide

04/04/2021 Raymond Viger 2

“A suicide kills two people, Maggie, that’s what it’s for.” – Arthur Miller, playwright,  After the Fall, 1964. (Act 1) A suicide has many victims. Those around the deceased in their final days will likely all be deeply affected, as will you, the suicide prevention […] See more