[quote author=nolajersey link=topic=12478.msg1080182#msg1080182 date=1226844242]
A good friend of mine that I have know since I was 15 (30 now) hung himself in the middle of the night 3 days ago. His wife found him and it was too late to save him. I have never known anyone who killed themselves before. It's so hard for me to understand. I am sad and hurt but I am also so angry. Then I feel guilty for being angry. I am just so angry that he left his daughter without a father and his wife without a husband. I am so angry that he left us all to deal with pain of losing someone who meant the world to us. Is anger normal?
I'm only guessing because no one that close to me has killed themselves. I would say feeling every emotion possible during the grieving period is possible. So yes, to be angry at what he has done to you and his family is normal and not selfish
My thoughts are with his family. Welcome to MDS