By Therese Rando, Ph.D.
Our difficulties with grief have contributed to many myths and misunderstandings about it. These are dangerous, because you use your knowledge about grief to:
1. Establish your expectations for it.
2. Serve as standards against which you measure how well you are doing with your grief.
3. Determine the type of help and support you should get from others.
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