nighttrawler5 karma2019-08-09 15:59:44 UTC
I wonder how a series of grieving experiences accumulates in a person over a lifetime ? I think about how I lost a sibling when I was six, and between then and now in my 40's, I have grieved over the deaths of various others - friends, grandparents etc. Are aspects of grieving partly learned ? Does each consecutive grieving experience change or inform the nature of the grieving experiences that follow ? Do we develop grieving habits? Can we become better, more mindful grievers ?
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