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Grief & Loss

When a loved one passes away, it is normal to feel sadness and grief, but an intense and persistent yearning or longing for the person who died, difficulties “moving on” with life after a period of time, and a sense that life and the future are meaningless, are signs of ‘complicated grief’ (also called ‘chronic grief’ or ‘prolonged grief’).

Although some of these symptoms also occur in people with normal (as opposed to complicated) grief, in people with complicated grief these symptoms are very intense and persist for at least 6 months to the point of interrupting daily activities or routines. People with complicated grief are stuck in a state of chronic grieving. Make an appointment (link to contact page)