As the roots of the Chronic Grief
are systematically addressed and the turbulence i.
Hummell and Eastman (1991) referred to chronic sorrow as chronic grief
Helen Featherstone wrote about chronic grief
in A Difference In the Family.
We have been in awe of her mother Sara whose eloquence, despite her chronic grief
, has spurred us to take Sarah to our hearts.
Adjustment therefore becomes a continuous life transition rather than a time-limited process (Stewart, Sokol, Healy & Chester, 1986; Taylor, 1983) where chronic grief
is considered pathological (Wortman & Silver, 1989).