How to support grief and loss in the workplace
- Are you grieving? // Patient Care;2/28/1995, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p63
Presents a medical case in which a patient's medical conditions was due to her grief from a previous medical condition. Possible demyelinating disease; Emotional state; Inevitability of death as the cause of grief.
- can you die of a broken heart? Evans, Karin // Health (Time Inc. Health);Mar2001, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p78
Discusses the psychological impact of grief. Warning signs of depression; Difference between normal grief and traumatic grief; How to deal with depressed people. INSET: When Grief Runs Too Deep.
- DOES THERAPY PROLONG THE AGONY? Campbell, Susan // Psychology Today;Jul/Aug2002, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p28
Focuses on a report which deals with the disadvantages of forcing well-adjusted individuals to dwell on the loss of a loved one during their grieving process. Statement issued by psychology professor George Bonanno; Percentage of individuals in grief who do not neet professional treatment;...
- Let's Chat. Dean, Kristan // Funeral Home & Cemetery News;Aug2015, pA8
A personal narrative is presented which discussed the authors' experience at the time of her husband's death which was due to heart attack and how she helped a woman whose grandmother had died to overcome the sorrow.
- Moving through grief. Grelock, Susan // Natural Health;Mar2000, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p69
Relates how the author overcome her problems of insomnia, crushing fatigue, swollen glands and acne. Impact of her father's suicide to the author's health; Changes in the author's life as she struggled to overcome her physical weakness; Stages of her grief over her father's death; Benefits of...
- El difÃcil trabajo del duelo. Vila, Cecilia Muñoz // Revista de la Sociedad Colombiana de PsicoanÃ¡lisis;Dec2010, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p1
Objective: Explore the effect that the loss of a parent structure in the state of mind of a child or adolescent. Developmente: The authors review the major concepts of psychoanalysis on the meaning of grief, from authors such as Freud, Klein, Meltzer, Bion, Harris and Kaplan. Showing the...
- An Evidence-Based Approach For Supporting Parents Experiencing Chronic Sorrow. Gordon, Jessica // Pediatric Nursing;Mar/Apr2009, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p115
Chronic sorrow is defined as a normal grief response associated with an ongoing living loss that is permanent, progressive, recurring, and cyclic in nature. If a parent experiencing chronic sorrow has a support system that is inadequate or does not receive appropriate intervention for...
- A Sense of All Sorrows. Jay Stanley, Brian // Pleiades;Summer2012, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p64
An essay is presented which discusses people's grief after suffering a pain caused by a certain event. It explains the melancholy and grief which to be felt over personal pains. The author relates his sorrows to the case of a bird that later died after fallen from an above nest and to the...
- Association between depressive symptoms and changes in sleep condition in the grieving process. Tanimukai, Hitoshi; Adachi, Hiroyoshi; Hirai, Kei; Matsui, Tomoko; Shimizu, Megumi; Miyashita, Mitsunori; Tsuneto, Satoru; Shima, Yasuo // Supportive Care in Cancer;Jul2015, Vol. 23 Issue 7, p1925
Purpose: Bereaved families often suffer from insomnia and depression. However, the associations between depressive state and changes in sleep condition during the grieving process have not been investigated. This study aimed to clarify the prevalence of insomnia symptoms and to explore...