Death Doesn’t Have To Mean Goodbye on YourTango

As a psychotherapist, I am aware that the traditional Western approach to grief (grieve, let go, and move on) often leaves the bereaved at an even greater loss.

In fact, when writing my book, Love Never Dies, I discovered that the Western psychiatric community has actually created new diagnostic labels for what they consider abnormal grief reactions. The result: The labels “Prolonged Grief Disorder” and “Complicated Grief Disorder” may be slapped on anyone who hasn’t “snapped out of” their grief after six months.

Read the article on YourTango.com.

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