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When a Friend Dies

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What happens when friends grieve over the death of a friend? Typically friends are not considered immediate family and are passive participants in the rituals after death. Most emphatically, society dictates that the friend's grief must not seem to overshadow the grief of the family. These expectations can make it very difficult for the grieving friend to truly express the depth of their sorrow.
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September 21 2013

Categories: Grief and Loss About Grief Laurie L. Mason, LISW-S, ACHP-SW 

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