Grief is a normal reaction to a loss and usually involves feeling tired, finding it difficult to concentrate, becoming withdrawn and even experiencing some of the symptoms of depression. This can be associated with a loss or separation from someone or something special. Grief often follows someone dying, a divorce or losing a job. It usually passes and the support of family and friends will help. Where grieving continues beyond 6 months or it continues to infere with your daily life, seeking professional advice is advisable.
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