When You’re Grieving, This Is What Happens To Your Body

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  When You’re Grieving, This Is What Happens To Your Body

There’s no specific timeframe for how long grief should last. The bereavement period can endure for any amount of time after a death. For some people, this could be as long as four years, which is longer than what most might people expect, notes a 2019 study from the journal PLOS One. The process of mourning and the trauma caused by a death ultimately depends on the individual’s experience. Interestingly, though, a large number of people recover from a loss through establishing healthy rituals and practicing self-care and by receiving adequate social support from the people around them, per the American Psychological Association

Contrary to what some psychologists have proposed, few people move through specific stages of grief in a linear way (denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance), states a 2018 paper (via Journal de Thérapie Comportementale et Cognitive). Instead, it reinforces the idea that grief is a complex and individualized experience that can look different for everyone, varying across cultures, personalities, and situations.

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