The article, “Unresolved grief can be hidden health risk, experts say”, by Janice Lloyd states
“How we wrestle with grief — and ultimately push ahead to a new life — varies among individuals. But many of us who need help to bounce back are not getting it, health experts warn, jeopardizing our mental and physical health.”
Dealing with our grief is an important process. Unresolved issues can haunt us and help us from adjusting to loss
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Re-certification is due after three years and involves academic and professional hours.
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