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Synopsis: Children whose parents die by suicide face a difficult emotional recovery. Well-meaning adults often make it worse with their mistakes in how they talk about the death. Experts discuss the right and wrong ways to help children cope with parental suicide. Host: Nancy Benson. Guests: Wendy Parmley, psychotherapist and author, Hope After Suicide: … Continue reading 15-30 SEGMENT 2: CHILD SUICIDE SURVIVORS