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"grief disorder disorders" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:05 min | 4 months ago

"grief disorder disorders" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Were listening to honor hope and healing from ABC News Radio. Once again here is correspondent Erin Khutor SKI Since the start of the Corona virus pandemic, nearly 600,000 Americans have died from covert 19. Is there a right way to grieve them? Psychologists say if you're still feeling a deep, overwhelming sense of loss, more than a year or so after it happened You could be suffering from something called Prolong grief disorder, ABC, Sherry Preston explains. It has been nearly a year since you're out of Johnson lost her father to covet, and she still vividly remembers the day he died. They would not let me in the room, so I had to stand outside the glass. It was hard because I couldn't touch him. I couldn't tell him how much I loved him or how much he meant to me. Or how good of a father he wants to me. And it was difficulty because it was the first. Ah ha moment I had about How many other people were suffering? The corona virus has claimed more than three million lives around the world, nearly 600,000 of them here in the United States. Even if you don't know anyone directly who has died in the last year, you no doubt know others who have lost family members, Friends, co workers, neighbors, acquaintances. The entire country. The entire world is experiencing a sort of collective grief. And for those who feel it most acutely, the question is, when exactly does the pain subside? ABC News Medical contributor. Doctor Michaux Regime says there is no timeline for when you're supposed to feel better. But if you are still feeling despondent, overwhelmingly sad or guilty about a year after your loved one died, you could be suffering from something called prolonged grief disorder disorder is it's characterized by persistent grief so persistent create like symptoms such as anxiety, depression, PTSD. That sustains past the period that breathe mint is supposed to sustain. Usually, it's symptoms longer than a year after a loved one has died, and the symptoms could be persistent depression anxiety, But they can also have flashbacks. Terrible dreams. They can, you know, walk into a room and think that their loved ones their when they're not, and it really impairs their ability to function and impairs their ability to go back to work to interact with family. It's just profound. Sadness. Covert 19 is disproportionately affected members of black and brown communities. The number of infections, hospitalizations and deaths are higher than in white communities. And sometimes members of those communities find it difficult to ask for help is shown in literature that having a medical provided that looks like you Is huge. So when an actor in American person has grief, and they weren't able to breathe in the way that they normally should Andre don't have an African American provider that actually shows tol inhibit their ability to process their pretty in Shiran. This case dealing with the death of her father has been complicated because he contracted the coronavirus after returning to his church, where people were congregating.

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"grief disorder disorders" Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

03:30 min | 4 months ago

"grief disorder disorders" Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know

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