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Synonyms for grief

Synonyms for grief

mental anguish or pain caused by loss or despair

Synonyms for grief

intense sorrow caused by loss of a loved one (especially by death)

something that causes great unhappiness


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A], January 22 ( ANI ): Sadness and anticipatory grief are normal reactions to the various crises faced during cancer and now, a recent study has found that even mild depressive symptoms were associated with poorer overall survival.
Other healthcare areas such as the hospice setting advocate that, as part of any new staff induction plan, self awareness, a chance to look at grief, loss and anticipatory grief should be included, as well as clinical supervision and preceptorship as an important means of supporting staff (Baverstock & Finlay 2006).
Without experiencing the healing process of anticipatory grief the 9/11 bereft soueht outlets.
Anticipatory grief interventions may help caregivers cope with the impending death of the terminally ill person.
These eight modules differentiate palliative care from hospice or end-of-life care, discuss ethical issues surrounding advanced disease management, chronic disease pathophysiology and the effective management of concomitant symptoms, communication, cultural and spiritual issues and aspects related to anticipatory grief and bereavement.
She describes anticipatory grief as a normal process for individuals facing the death of a person or pet.
If a cure is not attained, ChiPACC services provide anticipatory grief and bereavement support for the family.
When the home front costs and burdens fall repeatedly on the same shoulders, the anticipatory grief and trauma--secondary, intergenerational and betrayal--is exponential and increasingly acute.