Chapter 14: The Death of a Parent of an Adult Child

Children are expected to outlive their parents and the death of a parent of an adult child is one of the most common types of bereavement. However, this type of grief is not without its nuances. Miriam and Sidney Moss dissect adult grief for parents by tracing recent demographic changes, examining the difference between the death of the first parent and the death of the second parent, and reviewing the impact on the adult child’s sense of self as well as the impact on the family system.

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