Grief involves feelings of sadness, sorrow, or distress following a significant loss. Although grief is a common experience, some individuals may become very distressed or experience grief over a long period of time and seek therapy to help them process and adjust to their loss. Grief is a very common experience; probably everyone experiences grief at one time in their life. Individuals experience grief following a loss, such as the death of a loved one, loss of a job, or loss of a relationship. While grieving is a normal part of life, it can be very painful and cause distress.
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