Continuing Bonds New Understandings of Grief
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Description: This book gives voice to an emerging consensus among bereavement scholars that our understanding of the grief process needs to be expanded. Chapters examine widows, bereaved children, parents, adoptees & their birth parent & bereavement in Japanese culture.
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Copyright year: 1996
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
Publication date: 2/1/1996
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
|Examining the Dominant Model|
|Introduction: What's the Problem?|
|Setting the Stage|
|Broken Hearts or Broken Bonds?|
|Grief That Does Not End|
|Grief in an Eastern Culture: Japanese Ancestor Worship|
|Children's Construction of Their Dead Parents|
|Bereaved Children's Changing Relationships with the Deceased|
|Remembering a Parent Who Has Died: A Developmental Perspective|
|Relationship and Heritage: Manifestations of Ongoing Attachment Following Father Death|
|Widowhood and Husband Sanctification Helena|
|Remarriage of Widowed Persons: A Triadic Relationship|
|Memories of the Death and Life of a Spouse: The Role of Images and Sense of Presence in Grief Roberta Dew Conant|
|The Deceased Child in the Psychic and Social Worlds of Bereaved Parents During the Resolution of Grief|
|The Wounded Family: Bereaved Parents and the Impact of Adult Child Loss|
|Basic Constructs of a Theory of Adolescent Sibling Bereavement|
|Retroactive Loss in Adopted Persons|
|Grief and the Birth Origin Fantasies of Adopted Women|
|Meanings and Implications|
|Grief and the Role of the Inner Representation of the Deceased|
|Attachment and the Reactions of Bereaved College Students: A Longitudinal Study|
|Dilemmas in Identification for the Post-Nazi Generation: "My Good Father Was a Bad Man?"|