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EXPLORING GRIEF AS A RESULT OF PARENTAL SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND PARENTAL DEATH

@inproceedings{Timmerman2013EXPLORINGGA,
  title={EXPLORING GRIEF AS A RESULT OF PARENTAL SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND PARENTAL DEATH},
  author={B. J. Timmerman},
  year={2013}
}
The various psychological reactance children frequently experience due to the loss of their parental figure is commonly referred to as grief. This project explores whether children who experience a symbolic loss of a parental figure would have similar psychological reactance to the bereavement of their parental figure. Current literature reflects an inaccurate conceptualization of parental bereavement surrounding grief in children who experience parental substance abuse. The following pages… Expand
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