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Bereavement Counseling Training Program Article on Rushed Grief

Grief is something that cannot be rushed but something that needs to be dealt with one step at a time.  In fact, complications in grief arise when grief is rushed or forced to become over too soon.

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As much as we want to feel good again we cannot rush grief.  Please review our bereavement counseling training program

As much as we want to feel good again we cannot rush grief. Please review our bereavement counseling training program

The article,” Grief Is A Process That Can’t Be Rushed” by Alexis Dobranowski states,

 

“When someone we love dies, we experience many different emotions, such as sadness, anger, shock, guilt or helplessness to name just a few.

“When a loved one dies, grieving is unavoidable,” says Dr. Dori Seccareccia, psychosocial therapist and physician in the Odette Cancer Centre’s Patient and Family Support Program. “Grief is a normal part of life.”

But everyone experiences grief differently. There is no “right way” to grieve. And talking about it can be challenging, she says.

Grief isn’t something that can be “fixed”.

“There’s no one perfect thing to say or do that will make the grief go away,” Dr. Seccareccia says. “Grief is a process that can’t be rushed and takes a different amount of time for different people.”

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