Dealing with Prolonged Grief Disorder and Complicated Grief

Researchers found that people suffering from Prolonged Grief Disorder (PGD) have better chances of recovering through exposure therapy. Through the latter, patients are made to face or acknowledge their experiences and their feelings, leading them to “experience greater decreases in prolonged grief symptoms, decreases in depression symptoms and increases in psychological functioning.”

Complicated grief (CG) is another subject of interest in many studies, and Dr. Sid Zisook of the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine recommends “seeking support from family, friends and spiritual leaders (if consistent with the person’s beliefs and life style) and also seeking professional help.”
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