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Some comfort for the grieving: There's no wrong way to do it

By Judy Foreman
January 9, 2006

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Grieving used to be seen as a very straightforward process: You cried at the funeral, you were sad for a few months, then you had some ''closure" and got on with your life. (Full article: 975 words)

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