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A way forward

Fran Solomon gives gentle guidance for the difficult journey of grief

A way forward ALBERT GYÖRGY

‘Melancholy’, sculpture by Albert György

‘Melancholy’, sculpture by Albert György

GRIEF, SOMETHING SO NATURAL, IS STILL SO OFTEN MISUNDERSTOOD. By definition, grief is an intense sorrow and is a natural response following a loved one’s death.

Grief is not a bad thing. It is a normal response to a loved one’s death. You do not want to ignore it, push it to the side or bury it. It is confronting a painful change that you cannot do anything about. For some people, it is about regret. For others, it is about a loss of time, a loss of companionship, an inevitable change in lifestyle.

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