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Oh, Cookie, I am so sorry for your loss. This is a tragic situation and my guess is you either feel terribly guilty for "not doing enough" or relieved that this is finally over. Both are natural feelings, even to feel a little of both. How sad, how much you probably grieve that you will never have a chance for a good relationship with this son, as he ended his life too soon. Counseling could be very helpful for you. This is not your fault. You did all you could to help him. We are all the masters of our own lives, even our adult children. Again, I am so sorry.
My estranged son died 2 weeks ago by suicide. He had been dead about 3 days when he was found. The county took a week to track down my daughter who was also estranged from him. He had attempted suicide many times over the last 20 years, Alcoholic & Bi-Polar. I was always the one he called when he hit bottom then find something I did or didn't do and push me out for a year, two years. Then he was back, I took by the a hand to AA, Counseling. He would try for awhile, as long as six months. He lost his family.kind of the same way with them, he would disappear and come back. He didn't call me this time.
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