Grief almost always includes some depression along the way to healing. It’s normal. This article was first posted on Feb. 1, 2013.
I believe this will be the final Friday Depression post. I’m thinking of moving on to other counseling topics, and I would love your input. If there is something you’d like to suggest as a future post, please comment here, or on my page, or via Facebook or email. I really hope you’ll help me out with some ideas. The response to these Friday posts has been so encouraging to me. I’d like to continue with something else that will be helpful.
Today, I want to address how depression and grief are closely related. In my practice, I often see widows or widowers who are so deeply grieving that they can hardly function in their daily lives. They come to counseling hoping to find out what is wrong with them, and when I say, “There is nothing wrong with you. You are experiencing a normal grief reaction to the deepest…
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