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COPING WITH GRIEF AND LOSS

Philosophy, a guide to original texts

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Coping with Grief & Loss

Importantly, there is no prescribed amount of time that someone should grieve. Accept the reaction you feel and affirm that you are upset because something upsetting has happened. It can affect sleep and leave people feeling very tired. It is important to acknowledge the loss and the pain. For most bereaved people having normal grief, symptoms lessen between 6 months and 2 years after the loss.

For more information, call the CISNCI's contact center, at 1-800-4-CANCER 1-800-422-6237. Questions can also be submitted to Cancer. Most children who have had a loss have three common worries about death. Children at different stages of development have different understandings of death and the events near death. — meditative and spiritual forms of expression or reflection that are calming practices of emotional management, and that can foster acceptance of a current state and the temporary nature of challenging emotions.

Seeing a professional counselor or therapist.