Monday, January 27, 2014

Grief Brief 25 - Guilt

Guilt is common among survivors. Usually guilt is equated to something that did or did not transpire in connection to the death. Guilt is generally irrational and dissipates itself through reality adjustments. If guilt is justifiably connected to the death, intervention counseling should be engaged as soon as possible.

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