Feminine Side of Grief Lesson 2 Web Materials


Web Articles

Grief can hurt — in more ways than one” Harvard Health Letter, Harvard Medical School. February, 2019

Margot H Hasha PhD, LCSN, CT (2015) “Mindfulness practices for loss and grief”, Bereavement Care, 34:1, 24-28, DOI: 10.1080/02682621.2015.1028201

Parkes, C M. “Bereavement in adult life.” BMJ (Clinical research ed.) vol. 316,7134 (1998): 856-9. doi:10.1136/bmj.316.7134.856

6 Mindful Strategies for Recovering from Loss” Mindful, April 6, 2011

Carrie Romm “Understanding How Grief Weakens the Body The Atlantic SEP 11, 2014

Ana Vitlic, Riyad Khanfer, Janet M Lord, Douglas Carroll and Anna C Phillips “Bereavement reduces neutrophil oxidative burst only in older adults: role of the HPA axis and immunesenescence” Immunity & Ageing. 201411:13

Furnes, Bodil, and Elin Dysvik. “Dealing with grief related to loss by death and chronic pain: an integrated theoretical framework. Part 1.” Patient preference and adherence vol. 4 135-40. 24 Jun. 2010

Karla Helbert, MS, LPC “Breathing Lessons for Coping with Grief” Good Therapy. May 1, 2012


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