ICYMI: #Grief2Healing Twitter chat explores healing after a suicide loss


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On Oct. 25, VA co-hosted a Twitter chat on the process of grieving and healing after the loss of a loved one to suicide. VA’s co-hosts — the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP), The Mighty, Sarah Barthel of the band Phantogram, and TV personality and motivational speaker Dustin Pari shared multiple perspectives, including the Veteran point of view and that of a suicide loss survivor.

Here’s a summary of the discussion, which covered a wide range of topics and suggested valuable resources from VA and our partners for people coping with the effects of suicide.

Click here to read the full #Grief2Healing chat on Twitter.

#Grief2Healing Twitter chat
#Grief2Healing Twitter chat
#Grief2Healing Twitter chat
#Grief2Healing Twitter chat
#Grief2Healing Twitter chat
#Grief2Healing Twitter chat
#Grief2Healing Twitter chat
#Grief2Healing Twitter chat
#Grief2Healing Twitter chat
#Grief2Healing Twitter chat
#Grief2Healing Twitter chat
#Grief2Healing Twitter chat
#Grief2Healing Twitter chat
#Grief2Healing Twitter chat
#Grief2Healing Twitter chat
#Grief2Healing Twitter chat
#Grief2Healing Twitter chat
#Grief2Healing Twitter chat
#Grief2Healing Twitter chat
#Grief2Healing Twitter chat
#Grief2Healing Twitter chat
#Grief2Healing Twitter chat
#Grief2Healing Twitter chat

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Megan Moloney

— Megan served at VA from May 2013 to July 2018. She is the daughter, granddaughter and spouse of Army and Navy Veterans who served in World War I, World War II, Korea, Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan.