Working through grief differs for every person

March 2010
Hospice Management Advisor;Mar2010, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p34
The article focuses on grieving. According to a report, grief often follows a pattern of progression of feelings. Grieving is individualistic. Emotional reactions to grief include anger, denial and guilt whereas physical reactions include appetite change, bodyaches and sleeping problems. The article offers several suggestions on how one can handle grief including expression of one's feelings to near ones or support groups, deferring of major decisions and personal health care.


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