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Not all mourning happens after bereavement – for some, grief can start years before the death of a loved one

By Lisa Graham-Wisener, Lecturer of Health Psychology, Queen's University Belfast
Audrey Roulston, Professor of Social Work in Palliative Care, Queen's University Belfast
Mourning the loss of a loved one before they die is known as anticipatory grief. It’s a distressing state but can be managed, as two experts explain.The Conversation

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