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Working Through Grief Takes Time

Grief is the normal emotional response to losing a loved one. As much as we’d rather avoid dealing with it, grief is important. It is the process by which one begins to accept the reality of loss and adjust to life without the deceased.

Working through grief can be a long and difficult process. According to the grief counselors at Hospice of Cincinnati, coping with grief is not “forgetting,” but rather a process of acceptance.

Everyone grieves differently– there is no right or wrong way. However, our counselors say that the following tips should help.

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