By Therese Rando, Ph.D.
As a griever, you need to appreciate the fact that grief is work.
It requires the expenditure of both physical and emotional energy.
It is no less strenuous a task than digging a ditch or any other
physical labor. The term “grief work” was coined by psychiatrist
Erich Lindemann in 1944 to describe the tasks and processes that
you must complete successfully in order to re…
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