Getting a grip on grief

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Generationally, we went from stuffing, denying, medicating, and surrendering to our grief to analyzing it.That wasn’t a bad thing.  It was progress.  And, famously, Elizabeth Kubler-Ross declared grief a process.  That was a helpful, groundbreaking move, even though, as it turns out, she was wrong.The denial, depression, anger, dialogue, acceptance, and return to meaningful life that she described are undoubtedly elements of what we experience.  But we don’t experience them in any predict … [Read more...]


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