Facing our grief over the loss of a loved one can seem like a frightening journey into a foreign land of dark corners and scary terrain. There are no timetables for how long grieving persists. But as a road map for the journey, it may help to notice three different periods of grief that we move in and out of for some time—shock, mourning, and reinvesting in life. Read more about these phases from the Hospice Foundation of American here.
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