60 percent of all depression arising from unprocessed grief Berlin in October 2010. It gets colder out slowly and the evenings come rather. The summer is over and the advent and Christmas season not distracted still. During this time, more serious issues come to the course. November is commonly called the mourning month. Certainly, grieved will be season-independent but in November there is the repentance and repentance, the Remembrance Sunday and the feast of all Saints Day is celebrated on the night of November 1. It is thought the deceased. Mourning has little place in our society and in our daily operations.
The environment expects that it is again fully operational after six weeks. Mourning year you should let as anyone something. According to Dr. Manfred Wolfersdorf, Medical Director of the District Hospital in Bayreuth, over 60 percent of all depression arising from unprocessed grief. So, mourning often mutated by a temporary, extremely tense, desperate and helpless Constitution to a depression. At the death of a beloved We learn what is death people.
This death experience happens to us, we shall be, lets us get mad at us and everything that we have taken so far for granted. It shattered not only our world and our self-image, it forces us to conversion of whether we want to or not. ", writes Verena Kast, writer and Professor of psychology at the University of Zurich, as well as lecturer and training analyst at the C.G. Jung Institute. Grief can involve conversion and a chance of change in itself. We often do not know to deal with this possibility. Mourning wants to be learned and there they held mostly in secret is not to burden others, there are few role models. Support on this way there in grief groups, in therapeutic contexts, or trained grief companions, such as Eva Terhorst. Their range download that from the mourning phone, the grief chat about grief group and individual discussions up to a grief guide as PDF under loaded or also online can be done. The grief group and individual discussions take place in their practice in Tiergarten. Every funeral is different. It is this individual path carefully to support and accompany by rituals, discussions, and group contexts. The deceased there is certainly important and means a relief that their survivors get support, make the big loss, a unique journey into a new life for them.