As a suicide-bereaved mother myself, and a therapist, I provide group support and individual counseling support to other suicide-bereaved moms. Because suicide is so rife with stigma and trauma as well as all aspects of grief, it is particularly painful for parents, in my personal and professional experience. As an Interfaith minister, I also do memorial services and weddings. But, since the death of our son by suicide in October of 2014, I am most drawn to companioning suicide-bereaved moms. It is THE hardest and most humbling work I know . . . and I love it. It is my honor to be of service to these underserved mothers. Bereavement care in general is almost nonexistent. Suicide-bereavement is virtually zero.