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Men and Grief

April 3rd, 2014 by judytalks

Grief has many faces, each one presenting unique problems to those mourning a loss. Though there are common threads that affect survivors, it’s the specific differences that clarify how best to deal with your loss.

In my article, Men and Grief, just posted on Kindle, I’ve addressed some of the particular issues that men face when suffering a major loss. The responsibilities are enormous-managing pain, handling legal and financial issues, and running a household. Altogether, it takes its toll on an already overwhelmed survivor. How do we help such a person?

Men are less likely to ask for help, to join a grief group, or to talk about their loss to friends and family members. Someone providing comfort and practical help needs to understand the basic attitudes, and how to give genuine support.

It’s likely that everyone will face loss-their own or others-throughout their lives. Death education is an ongoing learning process. The more you know going in, the better the help and the outcome.

The Kindle article may be found on Amazon .com,  Kindle e-book and put Judy Strong in the search bar.

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