Monday, March 17, 2014

Grief Brief 32 - Yearning

Yearning for the deceased is natural, especially among widows. When yearning diminishes, one may conclude that mourning is coming to an end. A common term for this is “closure.”

Although one may accomplish closure, it is important to realize that anniversaries and holidays may continue to be difficult days to experience.

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