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Bereavement and Grief
During most people’s lives at least one person close to them will die, yet most people know so little about the normal grieving process. The reason could be the denial of mortality.Bereavement is the reaction to the loss of someone or something that really matters emotionally and personally. The examples of major losses could be death, separation, divorce, infertility, miscarriage, life threatening illness, disability, rape, leaving home, abortion etc.
Grief is a complex response to bereavement and the psychological process of recovery is known as mourning. And the process of mourning that can be helped by people trained or otherwise who will listen and understand. To seek support from family and friends becomes very important for recovery.