Grief Healing's Twitter stream this week:
On average, nine people are left in grief for every death. For those grieving the loss of loved ones, the impact of the 'grief pandemic' will long-outlast the virus. Why the 'grief pandemic' might outlast the worst of COVID-19 « CTV NewsA study found that people grieving during COVID-19 experience higher levels of separation distress, dysfunctional grief, and post-traumatic stress. How Grief Is Different During COVID-19 « verywellhealth
The re-awakening of intense grief around the six-month mark is not at all unusual, and in fact is normal and very common in bereavement. This is why we encourage the bereaved to consider joining a grief support group, most especially at this particular point in their grief journey. In Grief: When to Consider Joining A Support Group « Grief Healing
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