The concept of complicated grief, where grieving is considered to be more intense, disabling or extended than normal, has been much discussed as an area where psychiatric treatment may be warranted. It’s an interesting concept because it essentially sets limits on what should be considered a normal response to personal loss. – Mind Hacks
No time to post but wanted to share this article.
Ponder what it suggests in relation to adoption related grief. This captured my attention as I have been grieving and sad for 24 years.