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Surviving 
Spouse Program
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The death of a spouse is the single most stressful life event for the surviving spouse.

 

THE REACTION

There are many reactions to loss, including emotional and physiological changes as well as changes in social relations. And the experience of loss differs from person to person. In     addition to sadness, a host of other emotions are common during bereavement, including some that may be surprising. Often survivors feel angry--angry for having been left alone, angry at the deceased for dying. Feeling    angry at the deceased can heighten feelings of guilt, which is another common emotion following bereavement. People feel remorse about things they did or didn't say, or they wonder whether the death could have been avoided if only they had done something  different.

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