Melodie Davis
Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Dr. Kay Jamison of Johns Hopkins University is the guest on this week’s Shaping Families radio program from Third Way Media speaking about the aftermath of suicide. Those left behind often deal with “survivor’s guilt:” the feeling that if only they had done something different it wouldn’t have happened. Dr. Jamison herself has bipolar disorder and has spent her career working with mood disorders. 

Shaping Families airs went on the air Jan. 2, 2010 and is currently airing on nine stations, produced by Third Way Media, a division of Mennonite Mission Network. A number of local sponsors purchase airtime locally. www.ShapingFamilies.com

 

 

https://www.mennonitemission.net/news/Shaping families- the aftermath of suicide

 

 



 

 

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