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Howarth I CONCEPTS IN GRIEF AND LOSS bereavement and grief

@inproceedings{Howarth2011HowarthIC,
  title={Howarth I CONCEPTS IN GRIEF AND LOSS bereavement and grief},
  author={Robyn Howarth},
  year={2011}
}
Although grief is a universal experience, the ways in which it occurs are not universally agreed upon. In fact, there is considerable controversy about the "normal" duration of grief its expected outcome, and its course. Although most grieving adults will achieve a sense of normalcy at some point, others seem not to do so. Continuing impairment by grief raises a question: Is the experience qualitatively different from normal grief or is it different only in degree? This article discusses grief… 

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