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Charlie and Terry Liebert’s New Book “Suicide’s Aftermath: Three Griefs More!” Offers Insight and Hope to Those Struggling with Death by Suicide


Charlie and Terry Liebert, now 80 and 75, have lived a long and fulfilling life after 53 years of marriage. Their greatest tragedy, however, came unexpectedly in the form of the suicide death of a dear loved one. The Liebert’s experienced this tragedy firsthand when their son died by suicide, and in the book, they share their journey of grief and offer practical advice on how to cope and heal.

Charlie and Terry contend that the death of a loved one is not how God intended the universe to function, and that grief is a normal response. They offer understanding, hope, and healing to those in need. They talk about the power of music therapy, the “What if?” and “If only?” questions, and the importance of understanding both Atheist and Christian perspectives on death and suicide. They also share their personal stories about how music therapy, prayer, and faith have aided them in their healing process. They emphasize the importance of accepting and understanding one’s own unique grief journey, and they provide guidance on how to find the resources that can help.

The first level is grieving for a sudden unexpected death, recognizing the source of death from the Scriptures, SIN. The second level is grieving one’s death by suicide and its unique impact on the survivors. The Liebert’s also ask the “WHY” question and discuss the stigma of suicide. The third level is grieving Christians for the death of one who never made a profession of faith in Christ.

The Liebert’s end their book with an exploration of world religions, Atheism vs. Christianity, and the Gospel. They conclude that suicide is not an unforgivable sin, the Liebert’s make sure to stress that Jesus offers forgiveness and a new life to all who believe in Him.

Charlie and Terry Liebert’s book, “Suicide’s Aftermath: Three Griefs More!”, is a story of hope and healing during a time of overwhelming grief. It is an inspiring story that will help readers to gain a better understanding of the different levels of grief and how to cope with them.

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Suicide’s Aftermath: Three Griefs More!: Christian Couple’s Compounded Grief for a Loved One’s Suicide
Author: Charlie LIebert
Editor: Terry Liebert
Publisher: ‎Independently published (September 9, 2022)
Language: ‎English
Hardcover: ‎193 pages
ISBN-13: ‎979-8849498508

About The Author
Charlie writes fiction, nonfiction, and Christian genres. Widely diverse career in the Chemical industry for 33 years, and 22 years in Education at all levels, including Grammar, Middle, High School and College. He and his wife Terry have two children and 8 grandchildren. Born in Amityville, NY; lived 43 years in Greensboro, NC; now in Carlisle, PA.

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 Charlie & Terry Liebert
 Grief, Healing, Suicide
 Suicide’s Aftermath
 Coping, Faith, Christian
 Music Therapy

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