What’s Really Normal When You’re Grieving?
When we are grieving, we don’t need to fit into anyone’s preconceived mold; our grief journey is as unique as we are. But there are some predictable responses to loss as we struggle to face what has become an unthinkable new world. The author, a certified thanatologist, grief counselor, and publisher of “The Grief and Healing Newsletter,” breaks this CareNote into four concise sections: Grieve differently and still grieve together; Your sleep and eating patterns may change; You may find yourself more forgetful and confused; You may long for a continuing connection.
By Robert Zucker
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