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Coping with Loss and Grief
When we do not do "grief work" following any significant loss, we are at risk for emotional, mental and social problems. Grief can occur in response to any loss: loss of possessions, loved ones, support, job, as well as loss of some aspect of your self.
Every grief is different. Some of the factors that influence how you experience grief include:
- feelings of sorrow, frustration, anger, guilt, helplessness, hopelessness, depression, and isolation.
- physical pain that can be real and intense, like aching heart, knots in the stomach, lump in the throat, and unusual aches, pains and tension in the muscles.
- difficulty eating or sleeping
If you or someone you know appears to be suffering from loss and grief, please call for help.
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