Complicated grieving is chronic, prolonged grieving, when grief begins to worsen after a year or two, accompanied by unusual behaviours.
The cases of complicated grieving are the loss of a loved one or unexpected loss due to a violent accident, suicide, homicide, or the loss of a child, depending on the individual's capacity for coping, personal resiliency, and support system (199).
The individual may be at greater risk for severe depressive symptoms or a suicide attempt; a risk of harm to others if the survivors feel rage or anger over the loss.
Differing bereavements along the life cycle may have different manifestations and problems which are age related, mostly because of cognitive and emotional skills along the way. Working through these feelings with a therapist could help you come to terms with your loss (201).
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