Losing a family member: grieving process
- Journal of Psychology & Clinical Psychiatry
Fatma Sekerci, Sefa Bulut
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A person is born, lives and dies. This is a natural process, and every person experiences it. Death is a part of the life cycle and an inevitable painful fact that exists in the lives of all humans. Every person encounters death at some stage of his/her life. Every death has an effect on a person’s life. But the death of a person we know affects us more than any death we see on the news or read about in the newspaper. The death and disappearance of a person we know, who is from our family, affects us badly in psychological, emotional, physical and many other ways. In this paper, we will examine the concept of death and losing someone we know, a family member and its effects on people.
Death, losing someone, grief, psychological support