The Meaning Of Grief Analysis For Many
By Doug A Hall
Dealing with grief from bereavement is never easy. Some
people have better capacity in recovering from grief,
but there are also a few who find it more difficult than
most. For these cases, grief bereavement counseling is
necessary. For any kind of loss, be it from the death of
a child, parent or spouse, the emotional effects could
With the passage of time, most people are able to
recover from this loss. However, some people go into
depression, and the bereavement goes on for months, and
Therapeutic treatments from counseling are beneficial
whenever someone undergoes any complications that might
take place during grief. And since no grief is alike,
grief bereavement counseling is carefully designed based
on each person's need. It would depend on the root cause
of a person's problem, for example, the failure to
express their grief.
Because grieving is not the same for everyone, there are
tests that are being conducted to measure the amount of
anxiety, stress and depression. The typical symptoms
found in complicated grief is detachment, disbelief, and
unnecessary rude behavior. There are three processes
that take place during grief, according to cognitive
behavior. These are, Ignorance and disbelief of loss,
Unrealistic interpretations and anxiety, and then
During the grieving process, one must be patient, and
allow the actual recovery to take place through time.
Grief is one of the most delicate emotions and could
easily turn towards the wrong path. It should be handled
with intense care. Not every counselor is able to assist
in grief bereavement counseling. The person undergoing
grief and bereavement should be comfortable with the
person he is sharing his grief with. This is a vital
factor for the healing process.
People undergoing bereavement due to a loved one's
suicide are more prone to have psychiatric disorders.
The grief bereavement counseling that they must undergo
should be considerate and designed according to their
mindset, comfort and attitudes. Any distress that is
triggered can start up some harmful and shocking
emotions that may make them difficult to handle.
Another common cause of grief problem is guilt. When
there are things left unsaid or done before their loved
one's death, frustration begins to grow unless resolved.
When this is retained, it could be damaging to their
future. Because of the many possibilities of grief
complications, grief and bereavement counseling should
be conducted by someone with the full understanding of
possibilities, as well as necessary requirements to
assist a person in grief.