Friday, April 1, 2016

The Difference Between Complicated Grief and Normal Grief

 "Following are some of the symptoms that can indicate your grief has shifted into complicated grief if you are still experiencing them six months to a year after the death of your loved one: • Persistent and invasive thoughts of your loss that disrupt daily activities • Avoiding or feeling consumed by reminders/memories of your loved one • Unable to accept the finality of the death • Intense yearning for your lost loved one • Feeling angry about the death • Feeling numb or confused, developing a loss of trust in others • Isolating from others • Suffering physical symptoms similar to that experienced in the deceased’s final illness • Feeling that life is meaningless and hopeless without your loved one "

The Difference Between Complicated Grief and Normal Grief

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