Grief is the price we pay for love. While many experts stand with the notion that the former is a static event in time that will eventually fade, critical health psychologist and grief researcher Leeat Granek, Ph. D. asserts that it is a process that brings about permanent but constant changes to every griever. Moments of intense yearning and pain for the deceased can therefore come and go even decades after a person we love has passed away.
Read Grief 10 Years Later to learn more.