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Anticipated Death

Grief Identity Crisis: Who are we now?

"I'm not the same person. Neither is Dave. Who am I now? Who are we?" asked Alexandra.

Grief, Anxiety, and Panic Attacks

“What’s happening to me?” Maureen asked, her voice trembling.

When We Forget Things and Lose Stuff

 

"I wonder about my brain. I forget stuff and lose things. My memory is suddenly terrible. Am I just on grief overload?" Lisa asked. 

Anticipatory Grief of Emergency Visits to the Hospital

Anticipatory grief is a feeling of loss before a dreaded event or death occurs. I experienced anticipatory grief when my husband’s aorta dissected in 2013. Surgeons operated on him three times to staunch the blood loss. During the last surgery—13 hours, four surgeons—he suffered a spinal cord injury that paralyzed his legs.

Grief Can Make Us Clumsy

 

"I trip. I bump into walls. I'm an old athlete and pride myself of my physique and coordination. Suddenly I feel like a clumsy oaf," Barbara said.

When We Blame Ourselves

"I know it's my fault. Now I'm being punished. I can't make this right. What can I do?" Melissa choked through her tears.

Does Counseling Really Help?

"I didn't think counseling would help. I was wrong," Charles shared.

What to Do When Grief Breeds Bitterness

“I don’t say much anymore. I’m too bitter. I’m afraid of what will come out,” Wes said.

Losing Focus: Lacking Concentration in Grief

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