published 3 weeks ago by Dr. Frederick B. Covington

Grief isn’t the easiest thing to talk about. It can come in many forms and stem from many things. Losing your job, a difficult medical diagnosis, or losing a loved one are all things that can make us experience grief.  Simply put, grief is an emotional response to loss. There can be varied responses, such as those that are physical or behavioral. How we respond to loss varies widely and the important thing to remember is whatever you experience is okay.

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