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Losing a loved one can change you forever, but grief doesn't have to be the end of your relationship with them

By Chao Fang, Research fellow, University of Bath
Sam Carr, Senior Lecturer in Education with Psychology, University of Bath
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When the Queen died, some were struck by feelings so strong they described it as like losing a family member. For many it was a chance to reflect on the losses in their own lives. The public mass mourning has reminded all of us of the disruptive and disorientating influence of grief.

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