How Does Grief from Violent Deaths Differ from Other Deaths?
The reaction to the death of a loved one is usually grief. It can also encompass a range of emotions that are powerful and consuming; anger, sadness, loneliness, fear, guilt and helplessness, depending on the nature of the death. A review done by the Catholic University of America in Maryland and Columbia University in New York respectively, links sudden and violent deaths with excessive or traumatic grief reactions.
Sudden violent deaths whether through suicide, fatal motor or other accidents, drowning or murder can create chaotic situations, including public curiosity and media coverage, that interferes with the natural process of grief.…
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