In grief, new and intense emotions and secondary stressors can make a person feel like their going crazy. Although black-and-white answers and fast fixes don’t exist, a general understanding of what is ‘typical’ and ‘expected’ can often provide grievers with a sense of normalcy, hope and encouragement.
In this 18-page booklet, we outline the concepts we feel are most helpful for grievers to understand as they attempt to cope with their losses. Topics discussed include…
- General truths
- Types of grief
- Secondary loss
- Grief theory
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