Chapter 13: Adolescent Grief: The Death of a U.S. Service Member

This chapter by Heather Campagna, Tina Saari, and Jill Harrington-LaMorie, considers combat deaths. The authors note that many of these deaths leave a host of adolescent grievers in their wake, including children, siblings, and sometimes peers. Campagna, Saari, and Harrington-LaMorie offer an insightful overview of military culture and rituals and the ways both can complicate and facilitate grief. They note the range of losses that adolescents may experience, including the separation of deployment as well as a possible relocation following a death. The authors also note the rising rate of military deaths by suicide - one that creates distinct issues for disenfranchised grievers.

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