The death of a loved one is a difficult experience we all face in our lives. Those who have experienced such loss are often referred to as bereaved, and are faced with many challenges: transitioning to new societal roles, handling financial matters, arranging services, and so on. Griefthe complex cognitive and emotional response to lossunderscores all of these activities . One way some people cope with grief is by seeking out social support from peers who have also endured a loss; a common format for exchanging this kind of support is via a support group . Here, I share…
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