It can be very difficult to celebrate life and resurrection on Easter when you are facing grief and loss. Many holidays represent a memory of a loved one who is no longer with us. These things are a reality but this article gives us seven ways to still look ahead and celebrate
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The past discussions of grief as a disorder or a pathology have died with many of Freud’s ideas on grief. Grief counselors, especially certified grief counselors, deal with basic human grief as a natural reaction to loss. However, in some cases, grief can become complicated. In these cases, grief can become classified as a disorder when accomodation and adaptation never comes after grief.
Kevin Hartnett of the Boston Globe writes about this in his article, “Is Grief Really a Disorder”.
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