GRIEF AND SELF

The Right Way to Grieve

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Understanding how you are “wired” may be helpful to you as you grieve.

If you are highly social and need interaction you may desire a good deal of contact with others as you grieve. More introverted grievers may need to withdraw and retreat to process their grief.

If you process information concretely you may see your loss as a fact you need to deal with. If you receive information more intuitively, you may desire to understand the meaning of the loss.

Those who internalize their emotions may appear very different than those who externalize what they feel. Yet, they can be grieving just as much.

How you interact with others, take in information, and experience emotions are aspects of your personality that you use in everyday life. Trust who you are and what you need. The “right” way to grieve is what is right for you.

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Getting Grief Right


by Dr. Patrick O'Malley

A masterpiece that will touch your heart and soul with healing powers. • A compassionate, wise, and practical guide • A must read for anyone who is grieving the loss of a loved one.

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DR. PATRICK O’MALLEY
Grief Therapist


Dr. Patrick O’Malley is a psychotherapist in Fort Worth, Texas, who specializes in grief counseling. For 40 years, he has counseled individuals, couples and families
in his private practice.

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Getting Grief Right


by Dr. Patrick O'Malley

By the time Mary came to see me, six months after losing her daughter to sudden infant death syndrome, she had hired and fired two other therapists. She was trying to get her grief right...
 

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