The pandemic has been a strain on the entire world. The grief we are experiencing during these times is unprecedented. Steve asks Ed a few questions about dealing with grief during the pandemic.
The topics covered during this episode:
How has the Covid 19 pandemic been different for the world, as opposed to other events in recent history?
With our short news cycle and busy lives, has there been a “suppression” of grief?
What is the biggest thing we don’t understand about dealing with grief in light of Covid-19?
Is grieving over a lost loved one/ friend from Covid-19 different from grieving over a loss from cancer?
Have the stages of grief changed because of the pandemic?
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In this episode Ed asks Steve questions about his experience from when his dad passed away in 2005.
There are many key points covered in this video:
Why suppressing your grief is not a good thing.
What having dreams about a lost loved one can mean.
The importance of taking the time to grieve.
Some ways families can grieve together.
grief and loss
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About the Author
Mark Williams is a Professor of Clinical Psychology and a Research Fellow at Oxford and a founding fellow of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy. He is the author of The Mindful Way Through Depression. He lives in England.
Danny Penman, PhD, is a feature and comment writer for the UK’s Daily Mail. After gaining a PhD in biochemistry, he worked for The Independent and the BBC. He lives in England.
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