Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Grief Brief 55 - Psychological Distress

Grief creates psychological distress and turmoil. Awareness of one’s own psychological discrepancies does not make the grief experience easier, it does however, encourage self-analysis, and thereby the development of additional coping techniques and skills.
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