unresolved grief

When you are struggling with grief, it can feel as if you have no choices. You didn’t choose the loss of your loved one. You
When it comes to the love and attachment we form with animals, it seems to bring out the best in us. Moreover, many of us tend to remember the important transitions of our lives by which pet we had at the time. They're an important marker of our life's journey.
You may want to start with your primary care provider, who might refer you to a mental health specialist. Just remember that
When Ed, my soulmate of 30 years, developed Alzheimer's, I sank deeper into despair each day. Death is typically a clear starting point for grief, but with dementia, loss comes in bits and pieces.
Signed, Linda Irene S. Levine, PhD is a freelance journalist and author. She holds an appointment as a professor of psychiatry