Continuing Bonds: New Understandings of Grief

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Dennis Klass, Phyllis R. Silverman, Steven L. Nickman, Steven Nickman
Taylor & Francis, 1996 - 361 σελίδες
This important new book gives voice to an emerging consensus among bereavement scholars that our understanding of the grief process needs to be expanded. The dominant twentieth-century model holds that the function of grief and mourning is to cut bonds with the deceased, thereby freeing the survivor to reinvest in new relationships in the present. Pathological grief has been defined in terms of holding on to the deceased. Close examination reveals that this model is based more on the cultural values of modernity than on any substantial data of what people actually do.
 

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Whats the Problem?
3
PART TWO Setting the Stage
29
Grief That Does Not End
45
Implications of Grief Recurrence
54
Japanese Ancestor
59
PART THREE Bereaved Children
71
Bereaved Childrens Changing Relationships with
87
Manifestations
125
Heuristic Models for the Role of Sense of Presence
191
PART FIVE Parental Bereavement
197
CONTENTS
202
Bereaved Parents and
217
PART SIX Bereaved Siblings
233
PART SEVEN Adoptee Losses
255
Grief and the Birth Origin Fantasies of Adopted
273
References
292

Emotional Relationships After Death
133
Conclusion
142
Widowhood and Husband Sanctification
149
A Triadic
163
Discussion
176
Attachment and the Reactions of Bereaved College
311
Dilemmas in Identification for the PostNazi
329
Concluding Thoughts
349
Index
357
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