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Grief is Being Human

Grief is not some strange disease you can suffer from.   It is not an emotional mental disorder.   Grieving is a natural part of our lives.  To grieve over the loss of someone close to you is normal.   It is part of the grief healing process. Grief counselors who specialize in grief counseling explain how keeping those feelings bottled up is actually bad for you.   For an excellent article on this subject, please read below:

By Froma Harrop
From Herald Net

Grief is Being Human

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We moderns seem determined to suppress all unhappiness with one exception: grief. The intense sadness following loss of a loved one still occupies a warm spot in our culture. We want that pain protected from the deadening analgesics of pharmaceuticals.

That explains the American Psychiatric Association’s decision to retreat from a plan to categorize ordinary grief as an adjustment disorder. Some wanted to classify a response to significant loss — deep sadness, insomnia, poor appetite, inability to concentrate, crying — lasting more than two weeks as a depression rather than normal grief, drawing fire from both mental-health professionals and ordinary folk.

For the full article please go here.

Let grief heal you.   Release the negative sadness and embrace your grieving.   Time will heal your heavy heart.   Your loved one might be gone but they will never be forgotten.

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Grief is Being Human

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