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  1. Grief and Grieving - Topic Overview

    WebMD explains what grief is, what is normal in the grieving process, and how to manage sadness. Also learn the signs of depression to watch for.

  2. Grief and Grieving - Symptoms

    Your experience of grief is likely to be different from another person's. Similarly, you will probably grieve somewhat differently each time you experience a significant loss. Your reaction to loss is influenced by the relationship you had with the lost person, object, or situation, and your general coping style, personality, and life experiences. How you express grief is influenced in part by ...

  3. Grief and Grieving - Health Tools

    Health tools help you make wise health decisions or take action to improve your health.Actionsets are designed to help people take an active role in managing a health condition. Helping children who are grieving Helping older adults who are grieving Helping teens who are grieving Managing your feelings of grief ...

  4. Family Therapy

    Family therapy is based on the belief that the family is a unique social system with its own structure and patterns of communication. These patterns are determined by many factors, including the parents' beliefs and values, the personalities of all family members, and the influence of the extended family (grandparents, aunts, and uncles). As a result of these variables, each family develops its ..

  5. Grief and Grieving - When to Call a Doctor

    If you or someone you know develops complications of grief such as disturbing or suicidal thoughts, depression, or anxiety, get help. Callor other emergency services if:You think you cannot stop yourself from harming or killing yourself.You hear voices that frighten you, especially if the voices tell you to hurt yourself or other people.Someone who is grieving tries to harm himself or herself or .

  6. Caregiver Tips - Caregiver Tip No. 3: Ask for Help

    Some caregivers live under the impression that they are the only available source of help. However, other sources of assistance are often available that can make your caregiving easier. If you want to be a good caregiver, know where to find help when you need it. The more support you have, the more successful you are likely to be. Services that may be useful to caregivers include the ...

  7. How to Manage Stress

    WebMD looks at stress and strategies for managing it.

  8. Stress Management

    Learn tips for managing stress in your life.

  9. Definitions of Terms

    Bereavement Bereavement is defined as the objective situation one faces after having lost an important person via death.[ 1 ] Bereavement is conceptualized as the broadest of the three terms and a statement of the objective reality of a situation of loss via death. Mourning Mourning is defined as the public display of grief.[ 1 ] While grief focuses more on the internal or intrapsychic ...

  10. End-of-Life Care

    WebMD helps explain the difference among child end-of-life and palliative care options.

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