Grief: the mourning after : dealing with adult bereavement
Contents: Introduction; Grieving; Theoretical Foundations: The Evolution of Bereavement Theories; The First Phase: Shock--The Impact of Grief; The Second Phase: Awareness of Loss; The Third Phase: Conservation--Withdrawal; The Fourth Phase: Healing--The Turning Point; The Fifth Phase: Renewal; Complicated Grief; Personality Variables; Social-Situational Variables; Death and the Family Constellation; The Death of a Child; The Death of a Spouse; The Death of a Parent; Intervention with the Bereaved. Author Index and Subject Index. References.
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BACKGROUND AND THEORETICAL CONSIDERATIONS
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