Jane E. Brody, The New York Times, February 16, 2015

Grief is a normal human reaction, not a disease, and there is no one right way to get through it. Most often, within six months of a death, survivors adjust and are more or less able to resume usual activities, experience joy, and remember their loved ones without intense pain. But sometimes, even when the loss is neither sudden nor unexpected, survivors close to the deceased can experience extremely disruptive grief reactions that persist far longer. […read more]