Chapter 13: Inner Reality and Social Reality: Bonds with Dead Children and the Resolution of Grief

Dennis Klass believes that grief is best understood as an interpersonal process, not just an internal process. By reflecting on twenty years of research on self help groups, he concludes that grief is the process of shifting the inner and social worlds to a new equilibrium. Because grief is ultimately resolved through interactions in a community, grievers rely on us, their friends and caregivers, to share a part of their new reality and to come to terms with a world changed by loss.

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