Grief is normal and natural after the loss of a loved one. The only 'cure' for grief is grieving. It can't be ignored, repressed, or dismissed without lasting consequences. But there are a range of programs, tools and resources to help you cope and live with your loss.
Grief recovery is simply the process of dealing with loss:
Caregivers often experience the most profound grief. The stress of caring for a loved one does not negate the reward in caregiving. When that loved one is no longer there, it represents a unique loss. It is sometimes the loss of the former life for the caregiver, the end of an era.
There are five stages of grief. It can be helpful to understand that you may feel any or all of these things during your grieving process.
Grief is not depression, grief is grief. Distinguishing between grief and depression isn’t always easy. They share many symptoms, but there are ways to tell the difference.
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