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Grief and Bereavement

Grief and Bereavement

Leo Tolstoy, the greatest writer of all times quoted… “Only people who are capable of loving strongly can also suffer great sorrow, but this same necessity of loving serves to counteract their grief and heals them.”   To love and to be loved, by far has been the greatest gift of life. Nothing more precious or rewarding; when that screeches to a grinding halt and ceases forever, the pain is unspeakable and unbearable, measured to the likes of a limb being…

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An instant response from her parents… and, what Sushma heard was,“you are thinking too much”, “you shouldn’t care much about it”, “you are stressing yourself too much on this”…  Even before they heard her out and listened to her problem, or her side of the story, everyone around Sushma hurriedly jumped into asking her to brush it under the carpet. No one really wanted to talk more about the emotional aspect. There is a huge social stigma about depression and…

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