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Bereavement Counseling Certification Article on Accepting Grief

Accepting grief is the most difficult thing in life.  Learning how to adapt and realize it is part of life is equally difficult.  Yet we can learn to transform ourselves by learning to deal with grief and its scars it leaves.

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The article, How I came to embrace grief, by Robert Wargas states

 

“Sometimes I look at old family photographs and count how many people are gone. The number is significant. I am only 32. How have I lost so many people in such a short time? My family has dwindled. Even recent pictures show people who should be here but aren’t.

I feel this loss most acutely at the end of the year. The family holidays of my childhood were large affairs. They were never extravagant or glamorous. I was born into a proud middle-class family in New York – lower middle-class by some definitions. Work was a virtue, not a burden. No one had the money or desire for hors d’oeuvres that weren’t simple pretzels or supermarket cheeses on crackers. No one drank very much. Our meals were hearty and plentiful but basic, often eaten off paper plates.”

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