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2 Recognition of Loss and Fear
3 Duration of Grief and Mourning
4 Initial Responses to Loss
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ability acute grief adult anger anticipatory grief anxiety aspect attack attempt awareness behavior bereaved need catastrophic child childhood Colin Murray concentration camp crying cultural dead death deceased defense denial dependency depression despite divorce dying elderly emotional emotionally example experience experienced expression fantasies fear of loss feeling of helplessness Freud grief reaction Griefs and Discontents grieving helper hope hopelessness husband Ibid identification illness infant John Bowlby later living loss and grief lost object loved marriage Massive Psychic Trauma mastectomy meaning Melanie Klein ment mother Murray Parkes normal grief one's pain parent pathological patient person physical problems psychiatric psychological psychotherapy reality regard regression relationship relief relinquish restitution Rochlin self-esteem sense separation shame Sigmund Freud social suffering suicide superego survival survivor guilt Survivor Syndrome task therapist threat tion uncon unconscious Vamik Volkan victims widow woman York young