Good article about the dangers of suicide and anti-depressants and who is responsible
The article, Lawsuit Over a Suicide Points to a Risk of Antidepressants, by RONI CARYN RABIN states
“The last dinner Wendy Dolin had with her husband, Stewart, he was so agitated that he was jiggling his leg under the table and could barely sit still. He had recently started a new antidepressant but still felt very anxious. “I don’t get it, Wen,” he said.”
When it comes to grief, guilt and regret are words that get tossed around pretty regularly. We all have things we wish we’d done differently, things we wish we had or hadn’t said, things we feel terrible about. This isn’t our first time writing about these topics.
An excellent article. While many grief theories help give us a general understanding of grieving and a general timeline, it is very erroneous to apply it to everyone. Grief is unique. These other aspects are guidelines and only that when dealing with an individual who is grieving
We are usually pretty hesitant to even hint at categorizing, labeling or classifying grief. There are so many different grief responses that can and should be considered ‘normal’ and no two people will have the exact same feelings and experiences after a death, not even those from the same family, region, religion, or culture.
We all grieve differently but within the paradigms of grief itself. But genders do play a role. Some are more how we are wired others are socially constructed. This article looks at male, female and blended ways people grieve.