Jamil, Tanvir
February 2007
Pulse;2/22/2007, Vol. 67 Issue 7, p56
Case Study
The article examines a clinical case history of an elderly man coping over his wife's death after operation in Great Britain. It discusses the older man's coping mechanism and the phases of grief reaction. It offers tips on what to look for in a patient with abnormal grief reaction and the best way of handling them.


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